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Posted By John [Profile] [Photos] Category Ambystomatidae
Original Filesize 119.6 KB Original Dimensions 700 x 558
Date Posted 22nd May 2007 Number Of Views 1493
Number Of Comments 5 Average Rating 4.67
Title Ambystoma mavortium mavortium larva
Description This is a photo of a larva from a pond on the High Plains of West Texas, taken in May 2007. It's 95 mm long.
File Name May_22nd_2007-Ambystoma_mavortium_mavortium_TX_95mm_front.jpg File Size 122496 Bytes
File Date 2007:05:22 00:21:45 Camera Make NIKON CORPORATION
Camera Model NIKON D80 Date/Time 2007:05:21 23:48:08
Resolution 700 x 558 Flash Used Yes (Auto, return light detected)
Focal Length 60.0mm (35mm Equivalent: 90mm) Exposure Time 0.017 s (1/60)
Aperture f/13.0 ISO Equivalent 100
Exposure Bias -0.33 White Balance Auto
Metering Mode Matrix Exposure Aperture Priority (Semi-auto)

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Image 30th March 2009
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Ambystoma mavortium mavortium larva

i want an axolotl but i dont know where i can find one can somebody help me
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That's a tiger salamander, not an axolotl...

As for acquring an axolotl, go here: http://www.caudata.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=50
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Ambystoma mavortium mavortium larva

Great picture. Love the golden gills- did you enhance the picture at all or is naturaly that vibrant?
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It's natural. It looks golden because there is reflective pigment in the gill branches as well as some yellow pigment.
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A oxygen extracting factory. Impressive. How long are the alpha (first) gill buds in cm?
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