Breeding sucess of paramesotriton deloustali

yagoag

New member
Joined
May 7, 2007
Messages
17
Reaction score
4
Points
0
Country
United Nations
Display Name
Yago
I have bred paramesotriton deloustali. People are encouraged to enroll to the studbook of paramesotriton deloustali and laoensis.
 

Attachments

  • IMG_0841 email.jpg
    IMG_0841 email.jpg
    127.8 KB · Views: 324
Last edited by a moderator:

paul_b

Member
Joined
Nov 25, 2002
Messages
615
Reaction score
9
Points
18
Location
Düsseldorf
Country
Germany
Display Name
Paul Bachhausen
Hi Yago!

phantastic success!

500 larvae from how many female?

The deloustali are beautiful newts, and in some month your larvae will look like this:
deloustali_laoensis.jpg

... like the right of course!

See you in Gersfeld, Paul
 

yagoag

New member
Joined
May 7, 2007
Messages
17
Reaction score
4
Points
0
Country
United Nations
Display Name
Yago
Hi

Hi Paul
Yeah, i am quite happy of the success. I got over 500 larvae out of 2 males and 4 females. So after Gersfeld I will be focus on rearing the juveniles of deloustali and laoensis ;)
Best greetings
Yago
 

Jennewt

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
May 27, 2005
Messages
12,427
Reaction score
92
Points
48
Location
USA
Country
United States
Congratulations, Yago! What conditions did you use to get the adults to breed?

Thanks for the photo, Paul.
 

yagoag

New member
Joined
May 7, 2007
Messages
17
Reaction score
4
Points
0
Country
United Nations
Display Name
Yago
Last year I keep males separated with the intention to meet them with females and encourage breeding plus some territorial fights which seems to encourage males breedings. Unfortunately, my femels start laying egs before I put the males so I got hundreds of infertile eggs :(
This year I kept them together, I kept them over 20 grades for a month and separated individualy in tuppers since I was arranging new setups. Then I move them to the new setups at 15 grades temperature, breeding started. The aquarium is 130 cm long and each male keeps on one half and the females move around. Some fightings between males and males and females were seen but with no damage on any specimen. Females have being laying eggs for a bit more of 3 months. I will give moe details once I have time. (temperatures and light are also controlled).
Greetings
Yago
 

paul_b

Member
Joined
Nov 25, 2002
Messages
615
Reaction score
9
Points
18
Location
Düsseldorf
Country
Germany
Display Name
Paul Bachhausen
@Jennifer, same like in the kaiseri posting!
We need strong Newt Registers to minimize wild caught imports! So it was good to write:

"I have 500 larvae but only for people which join in Register"

Paul
 
General chit-chat
Help Users
  • No one is chatting at the moment.
  • Anxious Axie Mom:
    Hello, I need some help please ASAP. All bets are closed. I just posted a thread
    +1
    Unlike
  • Anxious Axie Mom:
    Under sick axolotls
    +1
    Unlike
  • HakuandCoral:
    Do all impacted axolotls float? I'm worried about my two juvenile axolotls as they both have bloated stomachs and I have some plant substrate in my tank. The substrate is very small and breaks apart easity but could this still cause impaction? They are not floating at all and still eat a lot. I've been feeding them bloodworms.
    +1
    Unlike
  • Chat Bot:
    xxianxx has left the room.
    +1
    Unlike
  • SunnyAxies:
    I have a question, I’m looking into getting one or two Axolotls and I don’t know if I should just get one or get two. Planning to get them as eggs.
    +1
    Unlike
  • CrazyForLotls:
    @SunnyAxies, It honestly depends on how much space you have. Two axolotls in the same aquarium would need a minimum of 30 gallons. (at an adult size) If you end up with opposite genders, you would need two 20 gal tanks. Males and females can't be kept together since they will breed and overbreeding the female is harmful to her body. Another factor would be if you think both eggs would survive. Sometimes axolotls hatch with defects and either die or should be euthanized to prevent them from living an uncomfortable and/or stunted life. It's sad, but it's for the good of the animal.
    +1
    Unlike
  • Toothpickthelotl:
    Hi guys I need help relatively fast
    +1
    Unlike
  • Toothpickthelotl:
    I made a huge error, I’m about to cry because I don’t know why I was so stupid. I decided to clean the sponge and other stuff in my filter while I left the filter running. (I took out the parts in the filter to swish around in dirty tank water). Bc I left the filter running, all the gross stuff at the bottom of the filter filled into my axolotl tank. My tank is like brown now. I was trying to unclog something in my filter cuz it wasn’t running right and idk why I left it on I literally don’t know. I tried to take a bunch of water out snd replace it with fresh water but it’s STILL brown.
    +1
    Unlike
  • Toothpickthelotl:
    also my filter is like not running right. It’s not a consistent flow it’s more like little droplets of water. :( I’m so confused
    +1
    Unlike
  • Toothpickthelotl:
    Is the stuff in my tank gonna harm my lotl? Should I just let the filter clear it up? I’m confused
    +1
    Unlike
  • Toothpickthelotl:
    Seems to be clearing up slightly with the filter running. Axie is okay also no signs of distress or anything
    +1
    Unlike
  • MorganeW:
    Hello! New caretaker of a paddletail who is supposedly 24, and seems to have been poorly cared for. Supposedly was fed earthworms or redworms, but every time I've pet-sat for her, she just chomped at the worm once or twice and left it, to be removed a day or two later. Now I have a bigger, clean tank and have been trying mainly frozen bloodworms and brine shrimp, thawed with spring water and fed with a dropper. She ignores bloodworms, goes for the brine shrimp eagerly, but seems to spit a lot out, and ignore most. I'm not sure I can make myself chop up worms (😳) but I want to help her. She also regurgitated an inch-long, seemingly stiff, straight, dried up bloodworm! I don't even know where that came from!!! All help appreciated. Thank you.
    +1
    Unlike
  • Alyssamuniz06:
    Hello anyone that can help! I’m a breeder and was wondering how to make pellets as well as salmon pellets! I’ve seen some recipes around but they contain crickets which I thought were no good for axolotls because of the chitin. The amount taht I have devours 2 pounds of pellets in a week 😂 so any help would be great. There was another lin las well for two other pellets but I’m not sure if it lets me open it because I am in the Us?
    +1
    Unlike
  • Chat Bot:
    Gis has left the room.
    +1
    Unlike
  • Camnp97:
    @MorganeW, Where are you located with that paddletail?
    +1
    Unlike
  • BluFreya:
    Hi guys,
    +1
    Unlike
  • Unlike
  • jnerdx:
    Hey guys.
    +1
    Unlike
  • jnerdx:
    I’m looking for another fire Sal. Any available at the moment?
    +1
    Unlike
  • jnerdx:
    I also want to get a Kaiser newt! 👏🏽
    +1
    Unlike
  • Kstimson97:
    I have had an axolotl hatch from its egg it's Friday today and they were only laid on Saturday this little lotl has appeared to lose its egg sack and is swimming in like a circle every now and then is this normal?
    +1
    Unlike
  • jnerdx:
    Super rare but I was looking for an Iranian Kaiser newt. If anyone has any info please send me a PM
    +1
    Unlike
    jnerdx: Super rare but I was looking for an Iranian Kaiser newt. If anyone has any info please send me a PM +1
    Top