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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Well I'm picking these two up Friday, can't wait,
    Been trying to get a courier to fetch them down but they just stupidly busy with no reptile shows, people having to get them transported to them.

    Only 180 miles each way, can't wait to see them in the flesh

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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    All went well on the road trip to fetch them this morning.
    There even more stunning in real Life. The pinks on the females sides are insane, but don't show up in the pics I took quickly of them
    The female has a very reduced pattern and the male has nice peaked saddles
    There eyes are really nice.
    They have been slow grown like a bcc should be, they just moved upto small. Mice and are 1 next week
    I was surprised how relaxed they was after the 3hr trip, didn't hiss once
    They was nice and inquisitive

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    They look amazing! Congrats on your new pair. Let us see their set up once they're all good!

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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikknu View Post
    They look amazing! Congrats on your new pair. Let us see their set up once they're all good!
    Can't believe how chilled they are, they will be in quarentine tubs for 3 months,

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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Magnificent! You really know how to pick em, Rich!


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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    Magnificent! You really know how to pick em, Rich!


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    Thanks mate.
    Can't wait for there gold colour to kick in

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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Settling in nicely tonight
    The male has great markings and the females is nicely reduced
    There going to be so clean and golden as adults, can't wait

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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Got to say Richard, your collection is impressive.
    0.1 Emerald Tree Boa (Northern)
    0.1 Green Tree Python (Aru)
    0.1 Pueblan Milk Snake
    1.0 Mexican Black Kingsnake
    1.0 Pied Het Lavender Albino Ball Python
    1.0 Yellow Phase Eastern Hognose

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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    All went well on the road trip to fetch them this morning.
    There even more stunning in real Life. The pinks on the females sides are insane, but don't show up in the pics I took quickly of them
    The female has a very reduced pattern and the male has nice peaked saddles
    There eyes are really nice.
    They have been slow grown like a bcc should be, they just moved upto small. Mice and are 1 next week
    I was surprised how relaxed they was after the 3hr trip, didn't hiss once
    They was nice and inquisitive

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    Bravo!

    You keep making that collection more diverse and more appealing.

    I'll be curious to see their heads when fully developed. I believe Vin Russo mentions in his books that these have wider more pronounced heads than some of the other boas.

    Very nice pickups sir!

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    Re: South Brazilian Boas

    Wow they are stunning! Your collection just keeps getting better and better!
    1.0 Normal Ball Python (FLicker)
    1.2 Southern Alligator Liazrds (Wraith, Magma & Annie)
    1.0 Western Fence Lizard (Bobble)
    0.1 Western Skink (Stella)

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