Salamandra s. terrestris / Banded Fire Salamander litter variety

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Three different metamorphs from the same litter of a Salamandra s. terrestris red "Solling Hills" male x high yellow "Solling Hills" female.

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Beautiful. My tiger just turned 30 years old. John, do you have the name of the woman who logs the age of tiger salamanders in captivity?
 

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Beautiful. My tiger just turned 30 years old. John, do you have the name of the woman who logs the age of tiger salamanders in captivity?
No idea.
 

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Beautiful! I like the first little one with the yellow head fading into orange body coloration.
 

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Variety in the terrestris babies again, a month on.
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I would describe these as yellow, orangey-yellow, and deep orange. I don't think the deep orange ones are red but only time will tell.
 
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