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Posted by Brandon Osborne on April 09, 2003 at 23:17:06:
In Reply to: Brandon , more............ posted by imdat on April 09, 2003 at 15:15:35:
There have been some very nice solid yellow chondros from the Papua New Guinea. That's why I asked the lineage. Ken Diehl has one of Rico Walder's PNG's that is still solid yellow with pale blue markings similar to yours. Very, very nice find! How many chondros do you currently own? Post more pics!!! Here's one of my high yellows I produced a couple of years ago.
:Thanks for the compliment, I usually do not by GTP or other herps from people I do not know ( my GTP's are from OS )but I went to a herps show and saw her and I fell in love , the importer???? was not able to give me any Info ,he did not know much about her .......he told me that she was born from a wild caught mother ,this Female is about 17 month old ,he was sure that she was not a BIAK ( WHO CARES......... ) I love also BIAK anyway,but I have to tell you this, if she is not a BIAK , she does have an attitude.....lol , her temper is nice ....NOT .I really think she is a Biak or got some BIAK blood in her .I am glad you like her.