My different species of Cynops

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Hello.

it's the society presentation of my Cynops Poker (or re-poker ?).:D


At first; Cynops cyanurus;













 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

Cynops ensicauda popei









 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

Cynops pyrrhogaster KANTO race











Cynops pyrrhogaster Sasayama race













 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

My cynops orientalis



And the future; at this morning i see two eggs of Cynops pyrrhogaster KANTO




Good bye
 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

As you know, i´m happy to see someone fascinated with Cynops, and your collection is a little gem ;)
By the way i call dips on some of the possible excess babies :p
 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

Nice pictures, i love this genus.
Do you have any comparison pictures between adults of all species or could take some? I don't know what to expect (not only in lenght) from size of ensicauda adults, i have only juveniles of C.e.e now and adult orientalis. And i have low imagination about Cynops sizes.
 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

I enjoyed all your photos, thanks!
 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

Nice photos! I enjoy Cynops myself, I just don't have as many different buddies as you.
 

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Re: My diferent species of Cynops

Those are some interesting Cynops you have. I have one Cynops pyrrhogaster sasayama female. She has lots of pink and red and white dotes and a few purplish ones as well.
 
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