The same size claims have been made about Kalaotoa as have been made about Kayuadi and Jampea. So far they haven’t been captive bred to the degree the Jampeas have, so it is still up in the air as to whether they will stay as small as people tend to believe. They are very similar to Kayuadi and Jampeas when it comes to physical appearance. However, a lot of the specimens around are a lot lighter than the two aforementioned types. The truth is that these islands are all part of a small chain of islands and there are many variants on each island. To say that any of these types ALL looked a certain way would be a blanket statement and would make this writing lose integrity. These very well could also be P. r. jampeanus. 
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Kalatoas have unique head structure that’s thin.
They can sometime have beauty marks an most display thin and refined markings on the head.
Eyes can range from silver to vibrant orange (particularly in hatchlings).
Kalatoas have a very busy pattern with very high saddle count. Dorsal pattern is pulled up away from the sides and may have some dorsal striping.
Some lines can have lots of speckling and large rosettes on the sides with gray or charcoal side flames and are fairly high contrast.
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