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Aru Islands Green Tree Python

Aru Islands Green Tree Python
The green tree pythons from the Aru Island locale are known for their beautiful blue-green colouration. They tend to have blue lips as well as blue colouration along their bellies and sides. They also tend to have white scales running dorsally down their backs. We have a genetically diverse group of Aru's. Some trace their lineage back to Tracey Barker from VPI in the United States.


High White and Blue Aru Green Tree Python

High White and Blue Aru Green Tree Python
This female Aru is stunning to see in person! She was produced by Canadian breeder Vince Peck, who had purchased the original parents from Tracey Barker of VPI in the U.S.. She is one of the highest white Aru's we have ever seen. To top it off, she also has an incredible amount of blue colouration as well! We have big plans for this lady as she is the crown Jewel in our Chondro collection!


Jayapura Green Tree Python


Jayapura Green Tree Python
A mainland locale of green tree python. They are known for their grass green colouration and blue dorsal markings. They are a smaller race of g.t.p., and are known for being a relatively docile locale. Visually they are stunning!


Jade Line X Aru X Aru Green Tree Python

Jade Line X Aru X Aru Green Tree Python
This female is a 75% Aru Island, and 25 % Jade Line. The Jade Line was founded by Rob Worell, a well known American chondro breeder. She has a rich green colouration, along with both yellow and white scales sprinkled liberally over her . She has also retained some yellow around her face. She will add some genetic diversity to our Aru breedings.


Biak Island Green Tree Python

Biak Island Green Tree Python
A locale known for their diverse colouration. The Biaks tend to retain more yellow into adulthood and often take longer to change from their neonatal colouration to their adult colouration. Many have yellow splotches on their bodies and often have yellow "masks" on their faces. Biaks, when bred into other locales, have been known to produce very interesting and unusually coloured offspring. Some of the more dramatic designer chondros have Biak in their ancestry.