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Baby axolotls available in Brisbane (coppers etc)

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I have some baby axolotls ready to find new homes. These include melanoids, wildtypes and the quite rare spotted coppers. If you are a regular poster here on the forum you can have some free, if not then they are $4 dollars each. Pick up only from Burpengary on the northside. I've attached a video so you can see some of the colour. I've done all the hard work for you and these are now feeding on frozen bloodworm and whatever else they can fit in their mouths.


Baby axolotls - YouTube

Pm me if you are after any. Don't delay as they will be off to pet shops if not sold fairly soon.


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hey,

i'm not sure where burpengary is but i wouldn't mind 1 or 2 little ones.

they look really cute and i'm not sure which colours i would choose but when i know where you are maybe we can talk more

thanks heaps PHIPPSY
 

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hey, it's me again.

i think that 1 of the ones that i would like is the white one with bright pink gils that moves on the left side of the screen (it curves it's tail in a backwards "C") at about 54 seconds in your video of the babies.

thanks heaps phippsy
 

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If you're willing to drive up from Coffs harbour to just north of Brisbane then I'll save you a couple?


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hey,

i have a brother that lives in brisbane and he's expecting a baby soon so we should be coming up in the next couple of weeks. if i got your email we might be able to talk further

thanks heaps PHIPPSY :)
 

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I would really love a copper and a melanoid, I'll have to ask Dad if he can drive me down.
 

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Hi Neil,
Is the rare spotted copper the one in your profile? Its looks similar to the the couple in your tank?

What makes them rare? Do you breed them often?

Have a great Christmas & New Year

Regards
Francesca :)
 
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