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Here is a compilation of pics I have taken of my critters over the years. Some good, some not so much. Hope everyone enjoys them. Feel free to ask for identifications, etc. More to come...



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Dude you have marbled salamanders?! I think that's a marbled...
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I have owned Marbled Sals before, but no, this is a hybrid. A part of the 'Ambystoma Complex'. Likely a cross of A. texanum and A. laterale. Considering that is almost always what I account for when I go out in early spring-summer 'flipping' logs/stones/etc. Of course all moved objects are replaced. Thank you for the interest!

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Nice shots man! It looks like you've had some neat caudates. I love the Tylototriton especially (such a cool genus), do you happen to have a species on it?
 
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I remember you having Bi Colors..are those them?

I also remember your joke thread in the `dome.
Yea, we caused some trouble with that one!!
Yessir! Those are the P. bicolors. The joke thread was epic and apparently 'too much'... Oh well... I never post anything there(thunderdome), nor read anymore. In truth, I am thrilled you remember. Humor is individual.

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Glass bottles were used extensively by the Panguana Orange Sirensis. Tilted in the substrate(mostly used for egg deposition, occasionally for tad drop offs), and horizontal(with the eggs suspended directly from the topside of the jar. Also the leaf litter was very popular with my group. Most popular site to drop tads was in the front right corner in a small round Tupperware that was partially covered by leaf litter. Maybe 2" in diameter.

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