Ah, I see. I saw the full tank shots and it looked like sand to me, but I see it is more of a fine gravel when I looked at the salamander close ups.
Have you achieved breeding or courtship behavior with this species since 2012? Is their new tank indoors or outdoors now? Do you know how many males and females you have? Sorry for all the questions, I just find this species very fascinating and would like to have a go at breeding them myself someday.
Also, I have had no luck finding the article you spoke of on the internet. Is it only in the AG Urodela Magazine?
I couldn't see any further breeding behaviour since 2012 but I think that doesn't mean anything.
Their new enclosure is indoors too. Most important for me right now is to cool them down as far as possible. unfortunately the pumps that provide current (4 with 20000L/h together) also increase the temperature by 2°C.
I think I have 1,4. The male looks different, there is a sexual dimorphism as friends and me found out.
Hello! So I have a question. So my albino axolotl has been lazier than usual and I haven’t noticed anything other than her tail fin kinda looking weird. And by weird I mean like it’s not fading but it looks like it withered or something. Anyone have any answers please lmk thank you!