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Axolotl Eggs, Larvae & Breeding Eggs everywhere, how did that happen? Will it be albino or wildtype?

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Old 28th August 2005   #1
shane
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Hey, here are my pictures of the little ones. finally! sorry there are so many.(sorry some arent good quality)

Him... it was all his fault
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Her too!
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Them forming. it is so amazing to see them forming like that.
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First day hatched.
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Wild type, 1 week old.
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Golden albino!(2 weeks ago). when they all hatched they were all dark, i didnt think i would have any different colours.
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This was from yesterday when i was cleaning one of the containers. they all have arms but you cant see them in this pic.
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aww.
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well thats all. its been fun, but i dont think ill raise anmore for a while. ill probably post more pics later. lol. cya
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Old 28th August 2005   #2
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Those are some cool pics. its fun watching them develop as they get older.i remember when my wildtype juveniles were that small. ahh bless. Click the image to open in full size. . good luck with them. Are you going to keep any? oh and are the eggs from the 2 wildtypes??? because i thought one of them had to be albino to have albino babies. but im not sure.



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Old 28th August 2005   #3
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so cute Click the image to open in full size.

Thanks for sharing, cause I won't ever have babies cause I only have a female.

It must be so rewarding to raise them and send them off to good homes Click the image to open in full size.



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Old 28th August 2005   #4
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Very nice pictures shane.



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Old 28th August 2005   #5
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I like the markings of your mottled adult.

Laura



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Old 29th August 2005   #6
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Click the image to open in full size. they're looking great Shane.



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Old 31st August 2005   #7
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hey. lol sorry there were so many. it is pretty fun watching them grow, they are starting to get back legs now which is really cool to see. yeah they are all from the two wild types. i think they just needed the genetic material of the albino to have them, from their parents of grandparent etc. lol that didnt explain it well. its good though because there is both golden albino and white albino. does anyone know how long it will be before they are considered a juvi?



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Old 2nd September 2005   #8
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they are called juveniles once they have all legs fully grown and look just like the miniture version of an axie. hehe they are so cute.



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Old 27th September 2005   #9
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wow Shane,awsome pics!!its great to have a record of their growth,especially if you keep any!and to show all of us pic hungry axi lovers!!lol Click the image to open in full size.
thanks and good luck



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Old 7th October 2005   #10
vanessa
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They look cute! I like the little babies and that axolotl that was peeping out from between two plants.



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Old 7th October 2005   #11
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i really like the markings on the adults they look awesome. isnt it amazing how the slightest genetics can make two wildtypes make a albino!!. good luck with the babies there looking great!.Click the image to open in full size.



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Old 27th October 2005   #12
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amazing pictures!
id love to breed axies but it sounds like heaps of work and must be tough on parents,
(i only have one axy anyway but want an albino)
i might wait a year or two and see then.
your babies look great though and the last pic was adorable!



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Old 27th October 2005   #13
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Glad to see they made it through the no-food stage Click the image to open in full size.. Out of curiousity, how many crates do you have set up?



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Old 27th October 2005   #14
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hey. wow i havent looked at those pics for a while omg the are HUGE now. especially compared to the first pics. ill have to post more when im not feeling so lazy. lol.
ive had 3 containers from the start but ill definitely need to get more maybe another 2 or 3? ive began to notice alot of 'limbless' baby axoltols. lol. im not sure if i should get bigger containers? maybe it might be better for them this summer. not as hot.
thanks for everyone's replies



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Old 27th October 2005   #15
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yes getting bigger crates would probably be of some good, you definitely need to post more pics of them now. How many do you still have? Are you going to sell any?



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