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    Cool ScottishFish Newt Journal


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    Well here it is, my third journal!! I've always liked the look of newts and done quite a bit of research and general google abuse. My LFS is selling newts the now and I was hoping to get a firebellied newt, theirs however seem to be paddle tail newts, I need to do more research on them. From memory a 10G is big enough for 1 paddle tail as they can get aggressive with eachother whereas fire bellies I could keep 2-3.

    So all folks reading this know what I'm on about here's a paddle tail newt



    And a fire bellied newt



    The LFS guy was getting his delivery of tanks in later today but couldn't wait, might pop in tomorrow and see what he has. A 10G will probably be what I get.

    Now for the AC input.

    I have a fully cycled fluval U2 filter, rated to approx 30G, do you think this would do the trick for keeping my water newt friendly? General newt needs are;

    Clean water (online says 20% PWC a week but I will do way more)
    Slight current
    Open land
    Cool room temperatures
    Varied diet
    Nothing sharp (rounded gravel and decor)

    So fingers crossed with all your help and plenty of research I may have a newt of some kind in the next week or so!!
    My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .

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    Nice! Varied diet means what - I guess fruit, insects, etc.?

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    cool. I've seen some nice newt tanks with no land, but floating plants for the newts to climb up onto. makes alot more room in a 10g when you don't need a land and a water area. just a thought....
    your friendly neighbourhood arowanaman!

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    How many tanks have you actually got mate? Lol

    Your house must be over run with them

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    Andrea - varied diet means bloodworms, tubifex, nightcrawlers

    Crispy - yeah I'm going to scape it with loads of decor to maximise the surface area of climbing areas in the tank

    Headin - got 2 fish tanks and a Vivarium

    My mum and dad are abroad on holiday for 2 weeks so I need to get it set up before they come home !!
    My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .

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    Default Newt!!


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    Got a newt!! Setting up its tank as we speak! Pictures will ensue!
    My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .

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    The fire-bellied newts are adorable. I'm not familiar with the other one you posted.

    I dunno about sneaking behind your parents back...wouldn't go over to well around here...
    55 g Goldfish Tank - 5 Fancies, 2 Dojos
    25 g Tropical Tank - Celestial Pearl Danio/Mixed

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