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    Default Boa Colombiana......

    Barranquilla, Colombia (08)..... My pet boa





    and our latest acquisition to the collection - off the topic


    Jamaican boas (Epicrates subflavus)





    In a couple of years they will transformed to look like their mother........




    Cool stuff....

    Orlando
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    Those are all seriously beautiful boas. I love the Barranquilla. Where did you pick up that little jewel?
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    Definitly cool stuff. The other day my sons were playing with picture that you just used a brush with water on, and a picture appears. It was fun, but nothing like watching these little ones grow. Love your pet!
    ed in Ohio

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    Nice Orlando...love the Barranquilla, the Jamaican boas are not the Red mountain variety are they?
    If God wanted us to vote then he would have given us candidates.

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    Beautiful Barranquilla!
    Really neat how the black speckles stand out from the light colored pattern!

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    That is one jaw dropping Barranquilla! Whoa!!

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    Where did you pick up that little jewel?[/QUOTE]

    Jeff,
    I acquired 3.3 neonates from Chris MacQuade here in Florida. His original group came from Dennis Sargent 4 to 5 years ago. This year Chris produced two litters.......close to 40 neonates. Well... since this particular species is protected, he can only sell them in the state of Florida. With permits you can sell them interstate but the other parties need the permits as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel_Thomas View Post
    Nice Orlando...love the Barranquilla, the Jamaican boas are not the Red mountain variety are they?
    Joel,
    Correct.....The red mountain variety is better known as Epicrates striatus striatus (Dominican Boa, Boa Hispaniola) from Dominican Republic. This species can also be foung in Haiti. However, this color variation (red, orange, etc.) has only been found in a particular sector of the Dominican Republic.

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    Very nice Barranquilla, pure Columbians are so underrated!

    those Epicrates subflavus are just gorgeous, and the changes they go true when they mature are amazing!
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    Robbert

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    very interesting boas.. the jamaican boas are really cool looking.. I may be a little biased since that's my parents birthplace.

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