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Captive Bred Taricha

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I have limited captive bred Taricha torosa and Taricha sierrae for trade. Looking for Cynops ssp and Tylototriton ssp.
 

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I have a couple left. I will sell the group of 5 for $400 shipped.
 

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There are a couple left and one small group of aquatic torosa juvies.
 

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These are very similar to granulosa, do you know the difference, can these cross breed? How long until they're aquatic?
 

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The lower eyelid on torosa is yellow, not dark like the upper eyelid. I'm unaware of crossbreeding between the two but it's not advised to do so. As stated in my comment above I have one aquatic group but it will cost more as those individuals took time to acclimate to water. The terrestrial individuals may take to water if given a 50/50 setup.
 

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I’m pretty interested in these. Do you have any left?
 

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Still some left. I'm more interested in trades but may sell.
 

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They are now double in size and aquatic. I have 8 available
 

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Do you still breed? I'd be very interested!
 

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I am also interested. Can you please PM me prices/data?

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