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Post by Taylor on March 21st 2010, 6:35 pm

its a large aquatic gilled salamander. If you have one, can order one or has seen them for sale please send me a pm or post below.
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Post by david.cravens on April 26th 2010, 1:27 pm

You should have went to Tinley Park back in Feb man, when I was up there one guy had about 40 babies, usually see them on Kingsnake a lot, if you go that route cross check on boi on faunaclassifieds to make sure they are legit and not a crappy dealer.
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Post by david.cravens on May 13th 2010, 11:30 am

Well I got 13 eggs in the other day from Shrom, I'll do my best to raise them up so any extras I'll let you know, I'm loaded with tads too lol have about 100+ golden tree frog tads in the water right now.
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Post by david.cravens on May 16th 2010, 4:20 pm

6 have hatched looks like the other 7 eggs weren't as developed I'm separating them out, maybe they'll hatch who knows but as or right now 6 baby axolotl swimming around.
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Post by Taylor on May 16th 2010, 9:06 pm

Very cool. I'm currently taking care of a very peculiar ambystoma barbouri larvae. I found it in Montgomery county and it's white with orange patterning on it's back with gold flecked gills. Only downside is it's missing a leg, but that should grow back. Good luck with your larvae. Once they grow over an inch they should be a breeze to care for.
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