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WC Soabana panther

Description: This is my subadult WC Soabana panther, less than 10 pairs of this new morph exists in captivity. When he reaches adulthood, he'll be all yellow without any banding.

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User: mads (see all of mads's photos)
Views: 3019
Date: 10/08/03
Filesize: 32.0k, 194.2 k, 1600 X 1200
Image URL: https://gallery.kingsnake.com/data/42666SOAB01-med.JPG
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dank7oo

Registered: 05/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 62
Comments Left: 0

absolutly stunning! Rating: 5/5 
10-09-2003 01:39AM View dank7oo's Profile View dank7oo's Gallery  

chacoantegu

Registered: 06/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 21
Comments Left: 0

are you gonna have any offspring soon or do you know of anybody with it because i am very interested in that panther it is so awesome looking. also where did you get it Rating: 5/5 
10-09-2003 11:48PM View chacoantegu's Profile View chacoantegu's Gallery  

mads

Registered: 09/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 25
Comments Left: 0

I have some good and some bad news. the good news is that both my females are pregnant :-) the bad news is that I live in europe, so unless you're seriously interested, I guess this morph will much likely never cross your path. I got two pairs from a german importer, who got them from Olaf Pronk. the importer had ordered ambilobes, but Olaf didnt have any in stock, so he send what he had of this "new-found" morph instead. Olaf told me, that it comes from a tiny island. Very unfortunately I lost the other male, but Im trying to locate some the other 8 pairs, but they are scattered all across western europe.
10-10-2003 01:06PM View mads's Profile View mads's Gallery  

tokay_dude1

Registered: 09/2003
Location: New York City
Photos Uplaoded: 582
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Breeder of Leopard Geckos,Bearded Dragons, African Fat Tail Geckos and Ball Pythons

i agree, very nice Rating: 5/5 
10-14-2003 05:51PM View tokay_dude1's Profile Visit tokay_dude1's Homepage! View tokay_dude1's Gallery  

Lizard Lair

Registered: 09/2002
Photos Uplaoded: 38
Comments Left: 0

Very interested in this morph, You said they turn all yellow at maturity...is that a fired up color? what are the fired colors and calm colors? Have you ever exported from Europe to the USA? Do you know if there are color variations within the morph (such as ambanjas having red, blue, purple bars)? Would it be possible to e-mail you? Rating: 5/5 
10-20-2003 05:26AM View Lizard Lair's Profile Visit Lizard Lair's Homepage! View Lizard Lair's Gallery  

DarkElve

Registered: 12/2003
Location: Paris FRANCE
Photos Uplaoded: 4
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Lot of chameleons pardalis, johnstonii, calyptratus, parsonii parsonii, tigris....

Beautiful Animal
Hi, I'm from France, have a lot of pardalis morphs, and i'm really interested in this morph. May be you have a e-mail ? Mine is darkelve@noos.fr
I've although parsonii, tigris, deremensis, johnstonii and oustaleti....
Rating: 5/5 
12-17-2003 01:00AM View DarkElve's Profile  

TheChamHunter

Registered: 12/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 8
Comments Left: 0

Hi. You said that your females are pregnant? If and when the babies hatch let me know because I would love to buy a few. Rating: 5/5 
02-20-2004 01:42AM View TheChamHunter's Profile  

mads

Registered: 09/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 25
Comments Left: 0

2 chamhunter: the first ones should start hatching in april/may. give me your email add...
02-20-2004 12:12PM View mads's Profile View mads's Gallery  

Franco

Registered: 12/2002
Photos Uplaoded: 13
Comments Left: 0

Hi Mads,

Can you please e-mail me regarding potential availability? Thanks

fjgagliardi@ucdavis.edu
03-08-2004 09:26AM View Franco's Profile View Franco's Gallery  

Chameleoncrow

Registered: 06/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 25
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Hey Mads, Please contact me at Chameleoncrow@yahoo.com, regarding the use of this picture of your stinnung chameleon for a website. Thanks. Rating: 5/5 
10-23-2004 10:41PM View Chameleoncrow's Profile View Chameleoncrow's Gallery