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Our LFS sells them for $15-16.

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post #12 of 57 (permalink) Old 04-01-2013, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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Why does their price and where they are sold matter?
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post #13 of 57 (permalink) Old 04-01-2013, 05:21 PM
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Because they're 60$ here... Which means neither I nor silverfang will likely get one soon :p (maybe she will.. I ain't rolling in that kind of dough)

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LOL See if you can find a breeder on Caudata.org :) I got mine from a local breeder ...

Its SO cheap to set up their tank Once they get bigger they will be even cooler.
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Well, it's easy for USA members to find breeders. There was a Canadian breeder recently or a while back. Either way, I'm not prepared to own them. I simply do not have the space for the size tank they need. :)

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Careful with them, the young are cannibalistic until they hit around 6" in length. .

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Yes I know They are I have done all my research ... I just havent gotten a chance to pick up a divider yet ... Luckily they are totally avoiding each other but I still plan to divide the tank soon. Its rare for them to stay cannibalistic that long but its usually the safe wait time.
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The little ones are doing well .. Not sure they are eating though ...

natsu's little butt


Mudkips favorite place


The little ones ignoring each other


Mudkip is a bit see through at this age


My little melanoid baby


I hope he gets big fluffy gills
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I got both to eat today :D Just picking up bloodworms in the tongs and dropping them in front of their faces :) They only ate one each but Hey ... At least I know they are eating :)
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Sooo jealous! IThey are cute little guys, good luck with them.


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