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North American Newts (Notophthalmus & Taricha) While not closely related, these two genera are the true newts of North America.


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Old 2nd December 2011   #181
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Good luck with them! I'll post the new thread soon.
Great! I already have questions I want to ask



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Old 12th August 2012   #182
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I started out with a broken striped newt. he lived to be about 8 and is missed, but your thread has kind of rekindled my interest in them.



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I know there is probably nothing to update, but whatever happened to sneaky?



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I know there is probably nothing to update, but whatever happened to sneaky?
He's still sneaking around he's all grown up now and in with the rest of the adults.

I'm in the midst of a pretty depressing larvae die-off right now of the hundreds that hatched and got transferred to rearing tubs, I've lost about 70% or so in the last two days. I also had about 60 tiger salamander larvae last night, but this morning I have four...



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Could it be something with the water? Was there excess food that caused an ammonia spike? Those are the only things I can come up with from the top of my head



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