Fire Salamander price

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Hi
what will be the price of fire salamander in US?
i know it’s tough to find one but want to know how much they usually go for ?
 

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Hi
what will be the price of fire salamander in US?
i know it’s tough to find one but want to know how much they usually go for ?

I bought the rare Gigliolli for $200. I live In Colorado Springs. Gigliolli origin is Italy and are often found in Germany too
 

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I got 2 fire salamanders( Grandola) from John
 

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I bought the rare Gigliolli for $200. I live In Colorado Springs. Gigliolli origin is Italy and are often found in Germany too
did you find these somewhere in colorado? or get them shipped i would love some
 

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Hi
what will be the price of fire salamander in US?
i know it’s tough to find one but want to know how much they usually go for ?
I've seen from 25.00 to 70.00 it really depends on vendor. At an expo I can assure you it will probably be less than 30.00
 

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I've seen from 25.00 to 70.00 it really depends on vendor. At an expo I can assure you it will probably be less than 30.00
Where have you seen fire salamanders for less than 30.00?
 

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Where have you seen fire salamanders for less than 30.00?
Online I've seen them for 25ish. Can't remember where though sadly. Underground reptiles, lllreptiles, backwater reptiles all have them I believe. Expos will probably be better though. I just don't know if they have them by you right now.
 

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Online I've seen them for 25ish. Can't remember where though sadly. Underground reptiles, lllreptiles, backwater reptiles all have them I believe. Expos will probably be better though. I just don't know if they have them by you right now.
In other words they are not available at those prices anywhere. Th
 

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The low prices for fire salamanders disappeared when the U.S. import ban started.
 

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No one is selling fire salamanders for $25 in the US. That is ridiculously insane.
 

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Underground reptiles. Currently out of stock but the price says 24.99
Please let me know when they have some. If they are Salamandra fatuosa or S. bernadezi I'll take a couple dozen. Thanks
 
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