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Posted by GaryF on January 21, 2003 at 05:14:04:
In Reply to: Re: Need help in picking out a green tree??? posted by Julian Garcia on January 15, 2003 at 16:52:57:
It may be hard to get "documented" animals but that doesn't mean it is "extremely hard to find true" locality specific animals. There are many good breeders working with true locality stock as well as new stuff being exported from Indonesia all the time. If you find someone reputable it is pretty easy to get , for instance, Arus or Sorongs.
:Sounds like you are looking for a Sorong or Jaya type chondro. Don't get cought up with locals, since its extreamly hard to find any true (documented) local animals. Look around and find a pairing that you like. Check out The Chondro Web Forum at http://www.chondroweb.com
:Greg Maxwell has an "Orginal Green" pairing he is expecting eggs from. Greg has some nice quality animals. And if you have some extra cash he also has some beautiful high end morphs expecting. Http://www.chondroweb.com/fineGTPs
:Rico at Signal Herp I belive has some nice Aru's, wich should have some nice blue bellys, as well as some of his PNG clutches that should turn out to be some very very intresting adults, no telling what you will get. Http://www.signalherp.com
:As for sorong's Marcel's girl just poped out some eggs, im not sure what he is keeping or what he is not. You can find him on the chondroweb breeders forum.
:Lastly Rob Worell @ Http://www.allchondros.com has alot of chondros ranging from neonates - adults.
:Point being, you picked a great time be in the market for a chondro, LOTS of great stuff coming up. Come talk with us on the chondroweb forum, we will point you in the right POSITIVE direction.
::I have always wanted a GTP, but never got the cash or the time but now i have both, i have done all my reasearch on them now all i need to know is what locale to get. I want to start with a juvie so i can see all the chages in color but the end result i want when mature is a brilliant green with as much blue as possible, if anyone has advice on what locale or breeder can come up with what i want. thanks in advance