Triturus Dobrogicus Morphs and other caudates

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Well, its that time of year again. I am flooded with advanced larvae and morphs. I thought I would share some pics. I have my last batch of newly hatched larvae of the year too.

Here are some pics:
 

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Here are some more pics
 

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Is that in fact a Triturus dobrogicus morph or a noto morph in the top row of pictures??? If it's Triturus, the similarities are astounding!
 

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Those are Notos. The T.dobrogicus juveniles are the ones in the first 4 pictures of the second post.
 

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No worries, haha. I was just confused because a lot of newt morphs look the same, and I'm only familiar with a few...
 
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Nice!
Very interesting these juveniles of T. dobrogicus.
Greetings.
 
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