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Old 05-24-2017, 12:56 AM
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Default Eastern red spotted eft

Does anyone on here keep there guys? I love them and find them all the time. Was wondering if anyone has any in captivity. Here are a few pics from my hike today.
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No one? Really? Thinking about setting up a temperate viv for some.
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Old 05-24-2017, 08:12 PM
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I don't currently but have in the past. Beautiful sals. Should thrive in a terrestrial temperate forest floor setup.
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Dont forget to have a water area for them to access at all times because theres no set time between the eft to adult phase
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I've got the tadpoles and two adults currently. They are very cool. They are inquisitive when I get close to the adults they watch me.

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I find these guys frequently near where I live in upstate, NY although I haven't kept any since I was a kid. They do very well in temperate setups, with the adults being mostly aquatic. The biggest issue with them tends to be heat stress, so try not to let temps get too far above 72 F for any substantial length of time.
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