Vote for BP.Net for the 2013 Forum of the Year! Click here for more info.

» Site Navigation

» Home
 > FAQ

» Online Users: 305

16 members and 289 guests
Most users ever online was 3,642, 05-08-2016 at 08:50 AM.


» Today's Birthdays

» Stats

Members: 61,881
Threads: 234,479
Posts: 2,427,625
Top Poster: JLC (31,652)
Welcome to our newest member, Cdupuis
Page 5 of 5 FirstFirst 12345
Results 41 to 45 of 45
  1. #41
    BPnet Veteran CloudtheBoa's Avatar
    Join Date
    01-13-2014
    Location
    NC, USA
    Posts
    990
    Thanks
    174
    Thanked 618 Times in 371 Posts
    I forgot a few. lol These are the most recent photos of her.





    3.3 Boa imperator ('15 sunglow "Nymeria," '11 wild-type "Cloud," '15 ghost "Tirel," '16 anery motley "Crona," '10 ghost "Howl," '08 junge "Dominika")
    0.0.1 ball python ('06 "Bud")
    2.0 garter snake ('13 albino checkered "Draco," '13 wild-type eastern "Demigod")
    1.0 Brazilian rainbow boa ('14 normal "Sanji")
    0.1 reticulated python ('14 "Riverrun")

    ~RIP~
    1.2 Brazilian rainbow boa ('15 Picasso stripe BRBs "Guin" and "Morzan, and '15 hypo "Homura")

  2. The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to CloudtheBoa For This Useful Post:

    AbsoluteApril (09-13-2018),Bogertophis (Yesterday),dakski (09-13-2018)

  3. #42
    BPnet Veteran AbsoluteApril's Avatar
    Join Date
    03-05-2014
    Location
    Utah
    Posts
    1,501
    Thanks
    1,547
    Thanked 1,520 Times in 859 Posts

    Re: Tirel, Ghost Boa

    Quote Originally Posted by CloudtheBoa View Post
    I'm not sure how easy it is to tell in this photo, but she has an odd shape to her body due to having a healthy girth size but no muscle. Her body is more of a trapezoid shape than a rectangle. I haven't really been able to get her to have more of a normal boa body shape even with feeding her larger meals more often than the others.
    I have a boa that is similar, was very thin and underfed and even after years of a slow steady diet, still maintains a rather odd body shape with lower than average muscle tone. I've also given her more things to climb on and such than I normally do but of course she just chills in her hide most of the time. Just keep at it doing the good stuff. Hopefully both of ours turn out nicely in the long run.
    ****
    For the Horde!

  4. The Following User Says Thank You to AbsoluteApril For This Useful Post:

    CloudtheBoa (09-13-2018)

  5. #43
    BPnet Veteran CloudtheBoa's Avatar
    Join Date
    01-13-2014
    Location
    NC, USA
    Posts
    990
    Thanks
    174
    Thanked 618 Times in 371 Posts

    Re: Tirel, Ghost Boa

    Quote Originally Posted by AbsoluteApril View Post
    I have a boa that is similar, was very thin and underfed and even after years of a slow steady diet, still maintains a rather odd body shape with lower than average muscle tone. I've also given her more things to climb on and such than I normally do but of course she just chills in her hide most of the time. Just keep at it doing the good stuff. Hopefully both of ours turn out nicely in the long run.
    She definitely wasnít underfed, Iím not sure why exactly she has such low body tone. But hopefully our girls still turn out a good muscle mass later on. Tirel at least still seems healthy otherwise, and is growing nicely, so Iím not too worried, even if I donít feel she can be used as a breeder.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    3.3 Boa imperator ('15 sunglow "Nymeria," '11 wild-type "Cloud," '15 ghost "Tirel," '16 anery motley "Crona," '10 ghost "Howl," '08 junge "Dominika")
    0.0.1 ball python ('06 "Bud")
    2.0 garter snake ('13 albino checkered "Draco," '13 wild-type eastern "Demigod")
    1.0 Brazilian rainbow boa ('14 normal "Sanji")
    0.1 reticulated python ('14 "Riverrun")

    ~RIP~
    1.2 Brazilian rainbow boa ('15 Picasso stripe BRBs "Guin" and "Morzan, and '15 hypo "Homura")

  6. The Following User Says Thank You to CloudtheBoa For This Useful Post:

    Bogertophis (Yesterday)

  7. #44
    BPnet Veteran EL-Ziggy's Avatar
    Join Date
    11-05-2014
    Location
    GA
    Posts
    2,487
    Thanks
    1,522
    Thanked 2,361 Times in 1,317 Posts

    Re: Tirel, Ghost Boa

    I don't have much experience with boas but I still think she looks nice.
    2.2 carpet pythons, 1.1 bull snakes
    1.0 bredli python, 1.0 olive python
    1.0 Scrub Python, 1.0 BCI, 0.1 BCO

  8. #45
    Registered User richardhind1972's Avatar
    Join Date
    12-31-2017
    Location
    derbyshire, uk
    Posts
    1,253
    Thanks
    2,806
    Thanked 1,287 Times in 746 Posts

    Re: Tirel, Ghost Boa

    Looking really good ,sure she will tone up


    Sent from my iPod touch using Tapatalk

Page 5 of 5 FirstFirst 12345

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v4.2.1