I don't believe there is such a thing as a Columbian Festae.
As with the others, all fish are extremely variable so fish from the same brood could have different coloration and if I read your post correctly you have some fish created from a domestic and wild strain. It will be impossible to know what those fish will look like. Once you "cross" locations or populations even of the the same species all bets are off as to what you'll get in the resulting brood(s).
In my experience the Ecuadorian Festae I raised had bright red females with black bars while the males sported bright red, green (some), and black all over their entire bodies. The strain I had was incredibly colored.
As for sources of fish, if the exact provenience is not known they are not a "known" representative of that species. Especially with species that are easily (willingly) crossed in a hobby full of hobbyists that don't pay attention to things like collection sites, source rivers, and country of origin. There are two distinctly separate groups, purists and non-purists where purists take painstaking care in ensuring their fish are kept separated by collection location (country, river, spot (or city etc)) while the other group is keen on other factors.