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    I'd say great photos but it would be near impossible to make that boa look like anything other than a supermodel.

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Quote Originally Posted by bns View Post
    I'd say great photos but it would be near impossible to make that boa look like anything other than a supermodel.
    Thanks bns, much appreciated

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Etso's looking as handsome as ever! If I remember correctly, he and Mama Quilla are Stockl-line longicauda​, yeah? I ask because there apparently is a longicauda IMG/hypermel gene out there, and Etso strikes me as something a little more than your typical dark longi.
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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongPython View Post
    Etso's looking as handsome as ever! If I remember correctly, he and Mama Quilla are Stockl-line longicauda​, yeah? I ask because there apparently is a longicauda IMG/hypermel gene out there, and Etso strikes me as something a little more than your typical dark longi.
    Thanks, yes he is really dark but he's 100%pure locality from stockl, I'm stockl doesn't do anything else but locality boas,
    Vin russo describes in his new book about the varience of this locality, they almost act like an Img, they change so much, he's nearly 4 so I doubt hell change much now.
    I think I saw somewhere about about a hypermel line, there's already hold varience too,
    Bcl or now Bil are really nice boas

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Well she's letting him cuddle her at least

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Well little "Etso" seems to what its for and "Mama Quilla" seems to be letting him, for the last 4 days I've never not seen them locked, so fingers crossed she ovulates and we get some nice dark longicauda and some even nicer "Zero" longicauda
    I only changed there bark. Last week and he's scented all over, as long as he gets the job done

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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    Beautiful pairing Rich. Best wishes for healthy babies!
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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

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    Beautiful pairing Rich. Best wishes for healthy babies!
    Thanks el ziggy

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    May the RNG gods bless you with some zeros.
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    Re: Peruvian longtail boa Bcl

    I'm not well versed at all in boa genetics. What are "zeros"?
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