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Italian newt – Lissotriton italicus

Home Forums Invertebrates & Other Critters Italian newt – Lissotriton italicus

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    Matt
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    These are the same young from last year Thomas?

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    Thomas
    Member

    Yes Matt. My larvae morphed from december till february iirc. After that they have a terrestrial phase about a half year before we can try to adapt them to water again. This adaptation isn’t difficult, but it is necessary to keep an eye on the juveniles. If they try to leave the water vigorously, it’s better to put them back in the terrestrial tank and try it again in a few weeks. Otherwise they can drowning.

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    Plaamoo
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    Very interesting creatures! If I ever find myself with time & space I would enjoy keeping something like this.

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