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Cynops ensicauda/ensicauda popei pics/vids

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Wild caught popei male from North Okinawa
 

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Wild caught popei female from North Okinawa
 

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Cynops ensicauda ensicauda
 

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Thanks for great photos! I guess that you feed both subspecies same food, so it is fair to say that C.e.p tend to have redder bellies?
 

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That first animal is absolutely stunning O_O
Well, they all are xD but the first one is just gorgeous.

Thanx for sharing, Joost!
 
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Amazing on the video that it managed to swallow such a big worm.
 
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