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Juvenile Axolotls - Shipping or Pick Up

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i just got an axie from margie a leustic. he look so healthy and so cute! packaging was amazing. i would really recommend buying from margie no one can beat her prices. Thank you so much margie! quick question how old is my axie? thanks:grin::grin::grin::grin::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::D:D:ufo:
Thanks for the compliment!

My baby axolotls grow an average of 1.5 inches per month for the first 3 months, so when I sell them at 3 inches, they're two months old.

I'm told this isn't typical, but neither is my setup. I've grown many hundreds this way and it seems to work for me!
 

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Update on availability: These guys are 3-4 inches, eating live blackworms and frozen bloodworms.

leucistic $10 each
leucistic with light speckles $15
leucistic with medium speckles $20
golden albino $15 each
white albino $8 each
wild type $10 each

Shipping is $15 for up to 6 axolotls (via Post Office Priority Mail, which usually takes 2-3 days). Live arrival guarantee if you provide picture proof of DOA within 2 hours of delivery.

I also have a small number of 5-inch leucistic $20 each
and white albinos $15 each.
 

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Here's a sample of what my "medium" speckled leucistics look like. $20 each

lightly speckled $15 each
leucistic $10 each
 

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I'm sold out at the moment on golden albinos. New spawns growing out, but it will be a few weeks before they're big enough to ship
 

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just wanted to pop in offer my compliments to Margie. I got a leucistic juvie from her not long ago and he/she is gorgeous. Clearly very healthy. She is also very helpful via email and you can't beat her prices! Here's a pic of little Flurry :)
 

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btw Margie, you don't happen to remember the relative date that the batch of eggs from this thread hatched do you? Just curious
 

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btw Margie, you don't happen to remember the relative date that the batch of eggs from this thread hatched do you? Just curious
There's more than one batch associated with this thread, so I'm not sure how to answer your question. I have a pretty steady turnover of juveniles being sold and new batches growing out. I typically sell them at 3 inches (2 months old).
 

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Hi Maggie .... very hopeful that you may have some axolotls available? please let me know.
 

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I have a limited number of 3-inch juveniles for sale:

leucistic $10
white albino $8
wild type $10
shipping $15 (for up to 6 axolotls)

I have a couple of larger leucistic and white albinos. I'll try to get some pictures later today.

Tons of babies growing out, so if you're not ready yet, no problem!
 

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By the way, I know I pre-ordered a speckled leucistic, but would you mind showing me the difference in speckling between a medium and light?

Thank you!
 

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By the way, I know I pre-ordered a speckled leucistic, but would you mind showing me the difference in speckling between a medium and light?

Thank you!
Here's a sample of a medium speckled leucistic. I don't have a picture of a lightly-speckled, but it would be a little less speckling than this. :happy:
 

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Here's a sample of a medium speckled leucistic. I don't have a picture of a lightly-speckled, but it would be a little less speckling than this. :happy:
aw, he is darling. I think I would prefer one with light speckling though if that is okay. :angel:
 

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I have three golden albino juveniles available:

4.5 inch $30 (2 available)
6.5 inch $45 (1 available)

I have one white albino and 5 wild types that are about 4-5 inches - $15 each

2.5 inch melanoid $25 (3 available)

shipping $15
live arrival guarantee

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I'm out of 3-inch juveniles, but I have several spawns growing out at the moment. They should be big enough to ship in about a month.
 

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Update on current availability:

4.5 in gold albino, (2 available) $30
4 in wild type (5 available) $10
2.5 in melanoid (4 available) $25
shipping $15
 

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A few juveniles still available while I'm waiting for my current spawns to be big enough to ship:

4.5-5 inch wilds $10
4.5-5 inch goldens $30
2.5-3 inch melanoids $25
shipping $15
 

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I have a few sub-adults for sale:

golden albino, 5 inches, $30
wild types 4-5 inches, $10 (4 available)
leucistic 6+ inches $30
leucistic 5.5 inches $25
leucistic 4.5 inches $20
shipping $15
How old is the golden albino and how many are available? Do you know sex yet, or a good guess?
 

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The golden is about 3-1/2 months old. I only have 1 left. I can't tell gender yet.
 

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Update on availability:

goldens are all sold
one 6.5 inch leucistic $30
one 7-inch leucistic $40
two 3-inch melanoids $20 each
five 4-5 inch wild types $10 each
shipping $15
 
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