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European Fire Salamander Larvae--HELP!!!

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Posted by: cbryson at Mon Mar 31 18:31:25 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by cbryson ]  
   

Let me give a little background before I ask my question which may seem absurb to some. I recently bought my first European Fire Salamander but was not informed that she was a female nor that she was pregnant. Since this is my first amphibian, I am still learning! Therefore, much to my surprise about 3 weeks ago I had 14 new little Fires to care for. I have been doing so very well thus far I think. However, my question is this. Knowing that will be morphing soon, I need someone to please give me information about when I will know for certain when to take them from being completely aquatic to a semi-aquatic environment. I have a fear that I will not know when the time is right and that they will drown because I did not move them quickly enough. If anyone has anyone information that could help me, please let me know. April 8, 2014 will be the 4-week mark since their birth. Thank you in advance.

Candace


   

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