Successful breeding: F1,5 Hynobius leechii

MarioR

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It's works perfectly for me and the statistics from yesterday tell me, that many people from all over the world hit it.

If it still doesn't work, I'll post some pictures here.

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When i click on the link (either in post or your signature), it shows me a blank white page showing it's the link i requested. So i'd be glad if you upload pictures here :)
 

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Thanks Janusz but I can't localize the problem.

So the pictures for you right in the thread:

My male:
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The egg sack with a total of 24 eggs:
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A closer look at 5 developing embryos:
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Update on my larvae, or let's say larva.
Shortly after hatching only one was left but is still developing quite well in it's natural tank. It feeds on Daphnia and blackworms.

Ambystomatidae - Die Welt der amphiben Maulwürfe

I hope Janusz can open the page now ;)

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I could not open the site either. I will try a different browser maybe. They look great good luck with them!
 
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