My Newt ( Triturus marmoratus )

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I wouldn't say I've seen a ton of marms, but that is the darkest one I've ever seen. Very cool.
 

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I'm sorry to be the first one to say that, but the last picture tells me it's not your rock anymore...
 

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I however have a cunning plan..it involves lots and lots of yummy worms :crazy: I will get my rock back.
 

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I´ve got an image of a really fat newt stuck in the rock with just the head and the two little hands poking out and going "ha, ha, my rock, nom nom nom.....".
 

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These are my all time favorite newts! I sure hope i can aquire some of these guys in the near future! Beautiful!
 

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any updates on the parents? how are they doing and pictures pleaseeee :)
 

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Well, here are three of them for you. One female decided to stay fully aquatic this year, I'll fish her out another time for a photo :)
 

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Great looking newts, I'm a real fan of this species and I can see you've done a great job of rearing these. Well done!
 

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Wow this is a great thread. Congrats on successfully breeding them Julie, your 2013 offspring look very good. Do you sell your offspring because I am going to be getting a newt soon and these guys are my favorite kind so im hoping to get 1 or 2 of them in a couple of months. Thanks
 
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