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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Nice pics. I love the contrast between direct light and indirect light. Feliz is the same way.

    Looking good! Keep us posted.

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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    Indirect light


    Direct light





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    Beautiful!
    My buddy just had a litter today.

    Im wishing I had room here. ☹️

    Ill live vicariously through you.

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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Thanks yall!

    Dakski, post up some sunlight photos of Feliz when it gets cool enough outside for him. These pics were with the blinds open in my snake room and may have shown better colors than direct, outdoor sunlight though.

    If its any solace, Gio, your Barranquilla boy is on another level of boa rarity. For those with a critical eye, Barranquilla boas are just as impressive in their own regard as any true red tail. And in fact are harder to come by than a lot of the true red tails from what I can deduce in my modest couple years of keeping boas. I still wish you could snatch up a pokigron suri though. Ask your buddy to hold one back on visitation rights for you


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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    He really is stunning, great pics too

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