Aru Islands

This group of chondros represents a natural color variant found on the Aru islands of Indonesia.  It is characterized by the rich blue-green body color and a normally large amount of white flecking.  Aru chondros are also known to display varying amounts of blue, particularly as lateral rosettes and near the ventral scales.


Male ID# 96007

Bred to female 96008 in 1999.

Bred to female 97051 in 2000.

Bred to female 97051 in 2002.

Bred to a Biak female 96011 in 2003.

Bred to a Merauke female 07041 in 2008.


Male ID # 99026

Produced in 1999 at Signal Herpetoculture

Dam - 96008    Sire - 96007

This individual has developed a lot of blue on his ventral side.

We paired this male with a blue line female 05016 (TW2601) owned by Trooper Walsh in 2006.  She produced a clutch of very nice offspring.  Click here to view images of the neonates.

        


Male ID # 99096

Produced in 1999 at Signal Herpetoculture.

Dam - 97051    Sire - 96006

This male was bred to an Aru female 00014 in 2005.  The pairing resulted in some very nice offspring.  Click here to view images of the clutch.

This male is being bred to an Aru female 03087 in 2008.

                   

 


Male ID# 99100

Produced in 1999 at Signal Herpetoculture.

Dam - 97051    Sire - 96006

This male was bred to a PNG line female 97070 in 2006.  A few nice offspring were produced.

This male is being paired with a mainland type female, ID# 01011, in 2009.

    


Female ID# EBAru0601

Produced in 2006 by Ed Bradley.

She is currently out on loan and we hope to see offspring from her in 2009.

         


Female ID# 09016

Aru type.


ID# 11359