20- Robertus :
D.tinc. 'Robertus' (Picture: Jan Henzen 'Bart')
Very beautiful and variable morph from southern Suriname. The site has been kept secret for a long time and so the wildest speculations still exist today, and therefore also false names. It reaches a KRL of 60 mm, but most animals are smaller.
This morph has been known for over 4 years and got its name from exporter Jan Henzen. Robertus is the second name of him.
At the beginning only animals were exported to USA, later also to Japan. In 2014 I also succeeded in importing it to Europe, whereupon further imports followed shortly afterwards.
more pictures of this beautiful Morph by Jan Henzen 'Bart
This selection of the 'Robertus' imported by me in July 2014 shows the incredible color diversity of this morph. All animals come from the same place of discovery. All photos: Martin Haberkern.
Among them pictures of a friend of his first offspring of these animals.
Tafelberg 'biotope :
see the information under 'Cobalt'
Pictures from the biotope of D.tinc. 'Table Mountain' by Ruud Schouten.
Some offspring animals show only 3 yellow points on their heads - so-called three-point table mountain. On the Tafelberg, Ruud has found animals that look like 'Alanis'.
21- True Sipaliwini :
D.tinc. 'true Sipaliwini (Picture: Sean Stewart)
medium-sized morph with a KRL up to 50 mm
numerous information about the location and the way of this beautiful Morph in the terraristics I already gathered, however, I am still waiting for a few confirmations before I publish this here.
For example, a distinction is made between an American and European breeding line, which I find rather curious.
Ron Gagliardo and Jack Cover collected some of these animals and brought them to the USA, but unfortunately the pictures from the habitat are no longer found.
these pictures show the staining and patterning variability of this morph in wild animals (all pictures Jan Henzen)
22- Wilhelmina mountains :
A newly discovered Morph in the remote Wilhelmina mountains, whose find place can only be reached after 2-3 days of boat trip and 2 day marches. So far no copies have been exported.
It is noticeable that in some animals a portion of the abdomen is white, which does not occur in any other morph.
large morph, comparable to 'Cobalt'
All images M. Beems / R. Schouten
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