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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Great looking boa! Congrats!

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Can't wait to see him in his adult colours, there change is so cool.
    he's got A great headspear, so cool on longicauda

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression





    Looks like this little sausage butt is heading into shed again. Took his measurements today and he came in at 75g and 20.8 inches. He only weighed 60g when I received him, so he put on whopping 25% of his starting body weight since he came home almost two months ago! It'll be interesting to see how much of that weight he loses when he finally poops -- he hasn't done so for me yet.

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

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    Looks like this little sausage butt is heading into shed again. Took his measurements today and he came in at 75g and 20.8 inches. He only weighed 60g when I received him, so he put on whopping 25% of his starting body weight since he came home almost two months ago! It'll be interesting to see how much of that weight he loses when he finally poops -- he hasn't done so for me yet.

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    Starting to darken up now, they just get. Better with each shed, there iridescence is so cool, like a natural img, look forward to after shed pics

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    Looker! Keep it coming.

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    He's already looking amazing, will be really neat to see how he changes with age.

    My BCL is one of my favorite snakes to handle.
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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression





    Sassy baby sure wasn't pleased when I disturbed him to humidify his enclosure! At least it's all huff and no bite -- he hasn't tried to tag me since I pulled him out of his shipping box.

    Tip for any new keepers reading this: if you keep your snakes in a screen-topped glass enclosure and you're having trouble keeping your humidity up, try mixing in a bit of water to your substrate instead of misting extra. I've found that the gradual evaporation of water from the 1.5-2" of EcoEarth I put down in my 20L does a much better job of maintaining proper humidity level than repeated misting. Just don't add too much water! You don't want a soup -- just add water until the substrate isn't bone dry anymore. If the substrate is too damp, you run the risk of scale rot.

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Behira is a puppy dog, but even she will hiss a little if I bother her in blue. No bites, but hisses can happen .

    Cannot wait to see him after his shed. Keep us posted.

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression





    What a difference a day can make. The first picture was Kuzco yesterday, the second was him today. This shed cycle is going much faster. Hopefully it's because he's comfortable! Now to wait and see how long it takes for him to shed out.

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    0.1 Sonoran Boa sigma​: "Adelita" ('19 Hypo het. leopard)
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    Woah- that iridescence is beautiful, I love those pictures. Keep em coming!
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