Wengxianensis-offspring

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This year the eggs were fertilized
 

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Well done Ummi ,this is great news please share with us your breeding techniques,We are trying to breed ours also.I cant wait to see your juveniles
 

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It is a simple, very old aquarium, it is two-thirds covered. It's raining right into it and I have to skim off water after heavy rains. I feed worms, Gammarus and Daphnia,
 

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It is a simple, very old aquarium, it is two-thirds covered. It's raining right into it and I have to skim off water after heavy rains. I feed worms, Gammarus and Daphnia,

Have you thought about drilling a hole in the glass and fitting an overflow? I have overflows on all my outdoor tanks; that way, I never have to worry about them filling up with rain and things escaping.
 

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if the "Wengxianensis season" is finished I use it in house for Verrucosus during the winter,
(just now made ​​the pictures)
 

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Congratulations Ummi they're lovely newts, how many times did you breed them?
 

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mr cyclone: it is a coarse moss, Young animals can crawl through. Also it is suitable for water, one season. The water isopod love it. The fine moss in the water you can find in fountains.

Fer: the first time the eggs were fertilized
 

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Thank you ummi ,I will try and get some,good luck with the young wenxianensis my friend
 

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Dear Mr. Cyclone,

finally one on land and one in water - a 200% increase,

ummi
 

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