Madus (aka Honey Island) locality Retics are among the three smallest localities of Retics in the world along side Kalatoas and Karompas. Exceedingly rare in the United States, this clutch represents the first time we have managed to produce this locality, after many years trying to establish our adult breeders. It is also the first time this locality has be produced in its pure form in the United States in nearly a decade. Our adult animals from this line have also been known to produce Anerys when bred into known Anery blood lines.
Madu Island lies just to the south of Kalatoa on the map, and nearly all the original habitat on this island has been cleared by the locals for coconut production. Once commonly imported, adult Madus are now rarely if not ever seen coming in from the wild. The little information we possess shows that these animals may be the most at risk population of all dwarf and super dwarf localities.
Hatch date: February 20, 2021
100% Pure Locality Madu
(5’-7’ males, 6’-8’ females expected size)
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