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Eastern Newts – Notophthalmus viridescens

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  • #355380

    olly
    Participant

    Great! Congratulations! Please show then newborns.

    #355381

    Thomas
    Member

    Thanks, here is a bucket pic of the young newts from last year. Pic is from today, I have cleaned their tanks and the whole crew must move into the bucket for a while… 🙂 Now I have sorted them by size in three tanks.

     

    Juv_2015_35.jpg

     

    Glad to say that the f2 eggs are fertile.

    Nv_Ei_f2_2-1.jpg

     

    Cheers,

    Thomas

    #355385

    Thomas
    Member

    F2 larvae CoolThe first hatched at 10. April.

    Larve_2016_f2_2_t1.jpg

    #355386

    olly
    Participant

    Thank you very much for fine pics and for sharing, Tomas!

    Very nice cute animals.

    The most interesting and that never get bored – is to look how the life appears and how it develops.

    Best wishes!

    #355402

    Thomas
    Member

    Since two week on land, the first F2 morph.

    Juv_2016_f2_2.jpg

    Cheers,

    Thomas

    #355408

    olly
    Participant

    Adorable baby. Still small but already colored and bright! Great!

    #355409

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Very nice Thomas!

    #355454

    Thomas
    Member

    Besides the eastern newts I have get a subspecies Notophthalmus viridescens louisianensis (central newt) since a week ago. The origin is Florida (Gainsville) but my animals are all breed in captivity.3 x cb 2015 and 4 x cb 2014.

    N_v_l_1f.jpg

     N_v_l_2m.jpg

     N_v_l_3f.jpg

     N_v_l_3m.jpg

     N_v_l_4f.jpg

     N_v_l_6.jpg

     N_v_l_7.jpg

     N_v_l_8.jpg

     Paar2.jpg

    Cheers,

    Thomas

    #355456

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Very nice Thomas. If I ever get more room I may have to try these.

    #355458

    Thomas
    Member

    Ei.jpg

    #355477

    Thomas
    Member

    After some investigation I have to say that my new subspecies is N. v. piaropicola instead of N. v. louisianensis.

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