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Re: Waterdog

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Posted by Andy on May 05, 2001 at 09:53:10:

In Reply to: Waterdog posted by P Lash on May 02, 2001 at 21:03:46:

no, if he is a true waterdog then he will never change. also what walmart in houston sells waterdogs? the only places ive seen them are the reptile and bait see he will never develop because this species is invovled with neoteny(never growing up) and the larvae(such as the one you hAVE) DO not have to metamorphisize into the adult form to reproduce. If it does change then it is probably not a waterdog. Also never post in here. this place is terrible and nobody ever answers questions. try posting in the salamnder and newt forum(since a waterdog is a salamander) and they will be more knowledgeable on the subject. if you ahve any questions e-mail me.

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