Triturus Dobrogicus Eggs!

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Received some eggs today in the post from Mr Cyclone.

Most look fertile and I'm really excited to start raising them when they hatch. 2 are nearly ready for hatching - can't wait!

Will be adding photos to this thread as they develop:)
 

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Trust me, choosing Triturus dobrogicus was the best decision you could make. An active, easy to keep and fun to watch species, that even tolerates warmer water during summer.
Those two Larvae should hatch within a few days. Best of luck raising them.
 

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Trust me, choosing Triturus dobrogicus was the best decision you could make. An active, easy to keep and fun to watch species, that even tolerates warmer water during summer.
Those two Larvae should hatch within a few days. Best of luck raising them.
Cheers dude! I currently have 6 Triturus Cristatus Morphs which I have raised from eggs:) thought I would take on another challenge so I purchased some Dobrogicus eggs, hoping the 2 nearly hatched hatch soon. The others are developing nicely as well. I'll keep posting pictures as they develop.
 
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