Arfak Chondros


The Arfak Mountains surround the Manokwari area.  They demonstrate several traits associated with highland animals such as melanism.  Nearly all the neonates we've seen are red.  Many Arfaks demonstrate cool blue undertones, and prominent cream dorsal diamonds, often bordered by black.
Female Arfak on Loan from Ryan Burke
This female was procured by Ryan of Clockwork Reptile Company from Bushmasters as a red neonate import.  She has produced 97 baby chondros for us (all red!) from four different sires.  She has produced dozens of outstanding offspring including melanistics, high blues, yellow diamonds, and many other unique phenotypes.  Truly an amazing animal and a icon in the world of chondros. After producing almost 100 offspring, she has been retired and is back in the care of Clockwork Reptile Company.

Paired with Banin (mainland) in 2008.  Clutch produced 5 offspring.  Link to clutch page.

Paired with Cimbaby and Banin in 2009 producing a clutch of 23 offspring.  Link to clutch page.

Paired with SH05191 (Carolina Blue Line x PNG) in 2010, 28 eggs laid, 23 offspring.  Link to clutch page.

Paired with Cimbaby in 2011/12 producing 16 offspring.  Link to clutch page.

Paired with Banin in 2012/13, laid 24 eggs on Easter morning.  100% hatch beginning on May 21, 2013.  Link to clutch page.

Paired to Manson (JEMS1011: SH05191 x BM Aru) in 2014/15.  Laid 9 eggs, retained a few other May 17, 2015.  6 neos hatched July 11, 2015.