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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    I love her head stamp. The blacks really stand out on the greys.
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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Well mama quilla shed on Tuesday so I guess she isn't gravid, as she was due this week, or well, try again this winter
    She looking good after her shed


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    Richard,

    How arboreal are these? Any more or any less than the others you have.

    I know the island boas are some of the most arboreal and their primary food source is migrating birds.

    I'm curious as to what your home observations are.

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    Richard,

    How arboreal are these? Any more or any less than the others you have.

    I know the island boas are some of the most arboreal and their primary food source is migrating birds.

    I'm curious as to what your home observations are.
    She used to be more when she was smaller, she definitely uses her branches still tho if she's waiting for food or it's defrosting in the room she will be on there waiting
    the corn Islands are the most arboreal I've ever owned boa wise

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    She used to be more when she was smaller, she definitely uses her branches still tho if she's waiting for food or it's defrosting in the room she will be on there waiting
    the corn Islands are the most arboreal I've ever owned boa wise

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    I figured the Corn Islands would be.

    Thanks for the info.

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Mama quills having tea tonight, she disliked me trying to take pics so I didn't manage to take some finishing the tail, just aligning her jaw at the end

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Mama quilla being nosey tonight while I was cleaning

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    She's looking awesome Rich!!

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    Gorgeous animal, I really love those head markings on each side of her spear.
    The one thing I found that you can count on about Balls is that they are consistent about their inconsistentcy.

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    WOW Rich! What a stunner! She's amazing.

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