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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

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    Really nice Rich. She is a beauty!
    Thanks cletus

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

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    There is something just SO satisfying about watching a shed smoothly glide off, like in your video clip. With that said, I'm also glad you caught some pictures of the beginning; she looks like she's wearing a bonnet, haha! Such a beautiful snake. I remember you explained the origin behind the name Mama Quilla, but did you ever mention how Etso got his name? I'm curious.

    Also, what would you consider the main differences you've noticed between longicauda and imperator, if anything?
    Mama quilla is the Incas "mother moon god" and etso I was looking for something to call him more Peruvian and I came across that name can't even find the meening of it now lol
    The bcl I find need a couple degrees cooler and also if the humidity is too high they both have terrible sheds, if I mist when the in shed it comes off in a million pieces.
    So if I always check before I mist them



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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Mama quilla is the Incas "mother moon god" and etso I was looking for something to call him more Peruvian and I came across that name can't even find the meening of it now lol
    The bcl I find need a couple degrees cooler and also if the humidity is too high they both have terrible sheds, if I mist when the in shed it comes off in a million pieces.
    So if I always check before I mist them



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    How interesting! I would not have expected that the humidity being too HIGH could cause the sheds to go that poorly.
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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Mama quilla was waiting for food on her branches tonight, she's looking great after her last week

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    I love the contrast on that one.

    Beautiful stuff Richard.

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Thanks gio
    Yes it's pretty high contrast with the black and silver

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Darn, Rich, that head is amazing. Love the contrast.

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

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    Darn, Rich, that head is amazing. Love the contrast.
    Thanks dave

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Oh, you! Quit leaving me with all this BCL envy! I'm not supposed to be looking for a new snake for another year!

    In all seriousness, though, Adelita almost got a brother at the Hamburg show last weekend. There was a nice het anery Denton line x male BCL (dam was a Denton line hypermel anery, I forget what the sire was) there that was painful to leave behind. The only reason he didn't come home was the fact that Adelita's new enclosure wasn't ready for her and I didn't have housing on hand for a second snake. Hopefully my self-control holds out at the next expo in November...
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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongPython View Post
    Oh, you! Quit leaving me with all this BCL envy! I'm not supposed to be looking for a new snake for another year!

    In all seriousness, though, Adelita almost got a brother at the Hamburg show last weekend. There was a nice het anery Denton line x male BCL (dam was a Denton line hypermel anery, I forget what the sire was) there that was painful to leave behind. The only reason he didn't come home was the fact that Adelita's new enclosure wasn't ready for her and I didn't have housing on hand for a second snake. Hopefully my self-control holds out at the next expo in November...
    Thanks, bcl really are nice boas, not too big and there colour change is so cool.
    The Denton line is a really good bloodline. I can't believe bcl arnt more popular really.

    My pair are German stockl line and they do some amazing locality boas

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