good question..i found this pic of a gigantea and think that it looks close to it..but admittedly am not a Cent expert.Man, I keep automatically getting logged out on the AB about every 30 seconds, don't know why(?) Yeah, it's pretty freaky looking. I can't remember exactly but I feel like it was a distributor in Florida that got this in a shipment, don't know the details. But I think it's real. It's be cool to house and take a look at that every day. Wonder what's happened to it, a pretty old pic.
fair enough..i do appreciate the response.I think S. viridicornis, S. gigantea and S. galapagoensis (still ligit?) look a lot alike until you take a close look at them. I'm no expert either, just remembering some things I've come across.
yup, that was a friend of mine holding that baby,he used to bring it in the reptile store i used to work at,everybody would flip,and say"are you nuts?! " he would say "naaa it's tame as a kitten" when the wholesaler were getting them in at that time 1995 i had them aswell they were 50.00 and very hardy indeed mine were huge also,sold them back then,thought they would availible all the time,but i was wrong and till this day we proberly won't see them availible,i should of never sold mine,and at that time the giganteas(perus)whitelegged,robusta?sp.were all over the place,i'm glad i still have my 1 female gigantea whiteleg(peru) but i want more of the black sp:wall: