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    Why is my axolotls tail red

    Discussion in 'Support & Defend MonsterFishKeepers.com' started by Help, Oct 20, 2018.

    1. Help

      Help Feeder Fish

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      She isnt even a year old and I never paid attention to the slightly red tail but now it is red can anyone help me why her tail Is red. I clean the tank every week I just need to work on cleaning the algae more 20181020_121727.jpg
       
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      I don't know why, looks like it might be lighting, I have 2 myself and don't think it's something to be worried about
       
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      Deadliestviper7 The Necromancer

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      Blood vessels beneath the skin of the thinner areas give it a red color, the skin has no pigment allowing the red color to appear
       
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      FAT daddy Candiru

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      might be a sign of fertility? i dunno......
       
    5. NoobAquarist

      NoobAquarist Exodon

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      axolotls need a chiller ppl, water needs to be at least 68. They can live up to 30 years like that. Yeah, if you keep them in tropical temperatures they'll live for like 5, maybe 7 years. Strongly recommend keeping them in cold water to any axolotl keeper. Anyway, you have nothing special to worry about with this one. They need at least a 20 gallon too and you need to triple-filter the water if you aren't doing that already. They are not a beginner animal.
       
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