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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    I love the different head shapes in boas
    Gomez my Guyana who is nearly 3 has started to get the the nice flat head and I also love his eyebrows
    The corn island head is longer with hardly a head spear
    Yet the longicauda has an extended head spear and a shorter muscle head
    The bca( South Brazilian) are only small but they should have a fat head too.
    The leoprd boa also has a short head these come from the sonoran boa and has there black eyes too
    The motley boa bc (bci) head spear is quite distinct in appearance with the typical cross over the eyes, my female sunglow motley is still quite bright and shows up really well
    All my boa morphs are all very different, some genes affect it more than others.
    My img even tho she is very black can still be seen

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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    I love the different head shapes in boas
    Gomez my Guyana who is nearly 3 has started to get the the nice flat head and I also love his eyebrows
    The corn island head is longer with hardly a head spear
    Yet the longicauda has an extended head spear and a shorter muscle head
    The bca( South Brazilian) are only small but they should have a fat head too.
    The leoprd boa also has a short head these come from the sonoran boa and has there black eyes too
    The motley boa bc (bci) head spear is quite distinct in appearance with the typical cross over the eyes, my female sunglow motley is still quite bright and shows up really well
    All my boa morphs are all very different, some genes affect it more than others.
    My img even tho she is very black can still be seen

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    I don't mind saying that you sure have such STUNNING boas! Thanks as always for sharing them here.
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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    I don't mind saying that you sure have such STUNNING boas! Thanks as always for sharing them here.
    Thanks Bogertophis, much appreciated

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    Loving all the photos!

    This is Bacon, my '08 hog isle boa, produced by Chad Duggin, he bred for color from the sears line
    She wasn't happy about being disturbed for photos so they aren't very good shots, she was just too grumpy to be messed with for long today


    few missing scales on her nose, silly girl
    You can notice how on a true hog isle the eye line marking drops down and stops at the mouth


    Rest of my boas are the common variety of various morphs.

    This is Julie the Jungle Queen, '08 red group jungle, raised her from a baby
    She was produced by Brian Logan from an EBV red group female and a Derek Yagi jungle het albino male, traced back to P. Kahl
    she had her first litter for me last year and is recovering nicely


    A rare, for me, outside shot!


    and here's Jean Luc Picard, a little red group jungle produced by me, almost 2 years old now. From Kirk a red group jungle x Zahara my big pretty '98 pink girl
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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Great pictures, AbsoluteApril! I was hoping youd share some boas on here. All look amazing and I love the wild stripe pattern down the back of your holdback boy!


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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Great pics April.
    that hold back is a stunner for sure, great colour and markings.

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    Love to see this thread keep going. Awesome boas everyone!

    I already posted this guy, but he finally gave me a couple of decent outside pics.




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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Warmest basking area is elevated in the new enclosures. Was curious to see where Id find Mirabelle after feeding last night. Just got home and sure enough shed climbed onto the shelf directly under the panel and temp gunned her at 86. Ordinary shed be on the floor directly over the heat tape in her previous enclosure.



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    Postal coming in HOT!

    I've always loved your Suri and the Dumes is really nice too.

    That Suri is like 1/3 tail! Beautiful!

    Richard, as always, top notch stuff.

    April, very pretty boas. \

    Good thread here.
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    Re: !boa bonanza!





    Caught Kuzco basking under his "happy light" today. He doesn't use his UV everyday -- much less for out-in-the-open basking -- but he does make use of it overall!

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    0.1 Sonoran Boa sigma​: "Adelita" ('19 Hypo het. leopard)
    1.0 Boa imperator longicauda: "Kuzco" ('19 het. anery)
    0.1 West Papuan Morelia spilota​: "Pandora" ('20)

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