Thank goodness there is one example of the yellow, that I have been raving about for years in this tray of fifty smaller standard round brilliants. It is included, but frankly that is besides the point when I look at such a piece of yellow eye candy. This yellow does not have any green or brown problems and the inclusion consist of one minor feather next to the girdle and little specks of white inclusion that get pretty much flashed out by the gemstone. The yellow rough came from East Africa long before “Canary” was discovered and commercialized. The two pieces were completely water worn and with numerous inclusions, but they had the greatest yellow I have been able to get a hold of, even after many years of trying. This member of the tribe weighs .89 carats and is the sun under which the the droplets grow.