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RE: Green Tree Python Question

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Posted by: AJ01 at Wed Feb 25 08:27:06 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by AJ01 ]  
   

Coloration and pattern of neonate GTP's can at times be quite misleading. I've held back a number of these little jewels over the years thinking that this "might be the one", only to find myself looking at a somewhat ordinary looking GTP at adulthood.
(If there is such a thing as an "ordinary" GTP!!!)

As for me, I'd go with the red neonate from the Aru x Biak mixture. I'll post a pic of a 2 year old I held back from such a pairing in 2013. This particular animal has a ton of white specks, (thanks to the Aru), and is still undergoing it's ontogenic color change. (Biaks take forever for this to complete).

Sorry for the late post to your question. I don't check the forums as often as I should.
Good luck with your choice. GTP's are wonderful creatures no matter what "flavor" you choose!!
Andy


   

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