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Would anyone be interested in axolotl eggs?

There are about 75 of the little beans, and i was just curious to see if anyone would like to take them off my hands? Otherwise they will be culled and thrown away. They are developing nicely, I just don't have the time to deal with brine shrimp...*

I Would like to get $.50 each, the only catch being that you must take them all, OR I can trade for $40.00 worth of live plants, which is about what these eggs come out to price wise. Shipping is included if you trade for plants, or its an extra $15.00 without trade, because I have to buy the box and packaging materials.

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-09-2013, 02:41 AM
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Man, I'd love to have these guys but I can't keep my tanks cool enough for them and I KNOW i'd kill them before they had a chance to be happy. We frequently look at pictures and hopefully one day we can have a tank to let them grow and be happy.

Good luck, I hope someone takes them.
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You can get chillers for the tank to keep them cool, I'm probably going to have to get a pair of of them myself when I move down to Texas lol!

Thanks though, I think I may have found someoneo on another site to buy them.

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If you haven't just a reminder to anyone in California that axolotl are illegal to keep.

"To give them, however small and fragile they may be, a second chance to show their golden hearts."
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post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-09-2013, 05:37 PM
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axolotls are soo cute, i realllly want some but totally can't afford it especially with christmas rolling around,

I'm surprised eggs are so pricey since they lay like hundreds at a time and multiple times a year O.o
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Eggs typically go for 50 - 75 cents each... lol no matter how many.

However all of the eggs have found a home! So the mods can close this thread any time. :)

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If anyone was curious about these as I was this is great info about them:

http://exoticpets.about.com/cs/amphi...a/axolotls.htm

They also mention that a university in Indiana sells atoxyl pellets and give a link.


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Www.caudata.org and www.axolotl.org are actually the only websites I would ever recommend you get any axolotl information from. The link you posted has a lot of wrong information in it. Especially concerning feeding... and using gravel in the tanks. I would say Earthworms, blood worms, blackworms, and occasionally fish would be the only things to feed axies after their tadpole (no legs) stage. And gravel is a huge no no! Sand or bare bottom, or if you want you can use slate tile or BIG stones, bigger than the axie ' s head... but those are hard to clean.

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I love my little axie, I'm glad you found a home for the eggs!
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