• For Sale/Give-Away/Trade Ads for all countries

      Caudata.org was founded to encourage and help people breed newts and salamanders in captivity. As a result we feel very strongly about the sale of wild-caught animals and we do not allow this practice. All for sale advertisements must be for captive bred animals. Animals that are wild-caught but are "long-term" captives can be given away. We may allow long-term captive animals to be traded, strictly at the moderators' discretion (if you have a track record/we know of you and your practices, we are more likely to approve such an advertisement).

    Commercial sellers will only be allowed to advertise on Caudata.org if they sell captive bred animals only and we also ask that you don't link your website (or any other commercial website) unless you are a captive-bred only establishment. As a commercial seller, if you do not think you meet the criteria but are unsure, please contact us.

    For everyone, private or commercial, the general criteria for approving ads are as follows:

    For Sale or Trade (amphibians):

    - Captive Bred (CB) only (must say so).
    - Must state quantity of animals available.
    - Must state age or source of animals (did you breed them or buy them?).
    - Must state price.
    - No protected species unless you can provide permits or legal papers where such things apply.
    - Must be for animals currently available (not orders for future animals).


    Free to good home:

    - Captive Bred (CB) or Long-Term Captive (LTC).
    - A history of the animals would be helpful.
    - No protected species unless you can provide permits or legal papers where such things apply.


    For Sale or trade (supplies, feeders, etc.):

    - Anything goes, within reason.


    Ads are often placed without the complete info above. This will delay the approval of your ad by the moderators, or it could result in it being removed completely.

    Users who have not complied with our forum rules (linked at the bottom of every page) will not have their ads approved. We pay special attention to whether or not you have filled the real name field and whether your country flag is listed in your profile. Also, if you have any unresolved warning or infraction, your ad will not be approved.

    Thanks to Abrahm and Jennewt for writing most of this.

FS: USA

For US Caudata.org users wishing to sell/give away/trade within the US.
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  • John:
    I'll steal the pic he just posted
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  • Methos5K:
    I am "friends" on FB, but I do not know anything about him. I have many newt friends on FB.
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  • Methos5K:
    Is this the fire sal pic he posted? its cute af
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  • ekocak:
    haha same. Also random people who follow me on twitter who friend me
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  • John:
    crap can't upload directly
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  • John:
    Let me try something
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  • John:
    He keeps them in a glass dartfrog-type enclosure
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  • John:
    virtually no ventilation
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  • Methos5K:
    hahaha.. yeah thats the one. hilarious
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  • Methos5K:
    yikes
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  • John:
    I've tried telling him that's a bad idea and he took it badly
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  • Methos5K:
    Well he should take your advice... need some air flow there..
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  • John:
    I hope I'm wrong
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  • ekocak:
    Yeah that seems like a bad idea
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  • John:
    I'm hoping for more larvae from other animals soon. Season is pretty much over at the end of April
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  • John:
    would very much like to get gigliolii larvae finally
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  • Methos5K:
    I hope you do as well. May they drop healthy, plentiful and eat much blackworms
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  • John:
    thanks :)
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  • John:
    I hope these changes lead to an uptick in forum an activity
    +1
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  • ekocak:
    I always try to point people here when they ask for advice
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  • John:
    (y)
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  • Methos5K:
    Me as well. its great to have a proper forum to share knowledge with and that is permanent.
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  • John:
    that's the idea
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  • John:
    here's hoping though
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    John: here's hoping though
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