Female adult Tylototriton shanjing

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New arrival, the male will be shipped tomorrow, hopefully, I can get some breeding going on next year. She's in good shape and is eating mainly crickets
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these are the pictures I took a few days ago. I was away for a while so I forgot to upload them:cool:
 

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Where did you get them from?
 

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I know a guy who lives in Yun Nan, the natural range of this species, and he has a captive-bred population. I purchased this adult pair for about 30 dollars.
 

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here are some more pictures of the female
 

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:D:DI'll post the adult male's picture once I receive him. The main diet will be crickets since they are adults, and if they are too stressed out after the shipping I will temporarily use earthworms . :cool:
 

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I know a guy who lives in Yun Nan, the natural range of this species, and he has a captive-bred population. I purchased this adult pair for about 30 dollars.
The original WC of our shanjin's ar from there to

Verstuurd vanaf mijn LENNY2 met Tapatalk
 

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some more new pics
 

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Captive bred Golden Mantellas and Cinnamon treefrog. :D:D:D
 

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