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Like boas??

Postby splashy07 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:33 pm

Check out this adorable pair of baby Crawl Cay boas. They are considered a 'dwarf' species as they rarely exceed three feet in length, females a bit larger. Perfect for those who love boas but can't provide for an eight foot snake. Awesome little pets!
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Re: Like boas??

Postby aaronhouts » Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:42 pm

Very nice!
...and assuming they're from Vin, you can be confident they're pure.
How are their temperaments?
I know the dwarf boas can be nippy, but I hadn't heard anything bad about the Crawl Cays.
I remember when they were really uncommon, but it's nice to see them popping up more often.
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Re: Like boas??

Postby splashy07 » Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:07 am

Yes, of course..if I ever got snakes from anyone else he'd take my head off...and they are as sweet as puppies! I had a pair or Tarahumara's I raised but they'd never breed in my apartment, they like cooler temps and I don't use AC and it's hot as the devil's house up there in summer. These should like it much better, I already see them hanging out to the rear of the tub where the heat tape runs. Tara's stay small too, my adults were under four feet. They were a bit hissy as babies but many baby boas are as you know. And if they bit you who'd care, you wouldn't even feel it they were so tiny. I have such a thing for baby boas, I like to raise them and then trade them back for more! Need to keep it small, don't have enough space for the larger ones because I have too darn many BTs!! One of these days I'm going to have to keep some in racks but I really don't want to. So I guess I have to stop getting more?? Let's see how that works out...
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Re: Like boas??

Postby craigb » Fri Jan 19, 2018 3:02 pm

Just saying .... If anyone likes Rosy Boas, I have been breeding locality specific animals for more than 30 years. It is a hobby for me, not my profession.
I only produce 10-30 each year that I sell through Craigslist and the reptile clubs here in Southern California.
I have a Ca. Native Propagation permit to breed California animals. But, I also have Arizona and Mexican subspecies.
If anyone is interested, I have 29 Palms, Dulzura, Organ Pipe, Harquahala Mtns, and Bahia de Los Angeles localities.
If you want to see some pretty, small boas take a look at www.localityrosys.com
Not my site but good stuff. :D :teach:
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