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Boa constrictor imperator is native to Central America, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico,and northern Peru. Where geography has imposed the existence of isolated populations, such as in the Sonora Desert of Mexico, various Caribbean islands including Belize and Cozumel, and some isolated Andean valleys in Colombia and Ecuador, these have developed into dwarf varieties. This subspecies has also been spotted in many South American countries toward the northern half of the continent. Boa constrictor imperator is alien to the United States. It is recorded that the maximum elevation that the subspecies B. constrictor imperator inhabits is 1000 meters and does not exceed a geographic location of 33 degrees latitude.

We have separated out the localities below.

 

Boa Constrictor Imperator (Colombia)

 

Aberrant Salmon - Boa Constrictor Bci

  • Genetics: Color and pattern mutation - not proven yet. We are hoping she is a jungle.
 
Jungle Salmon
 
 

Albino - Boa Constrictor Bci

 
 
Jungle Albino

Albino Jungle Boa Bci

  • Genetics: Color and pattern mutation - Simple recessive (albino), and co-dominant (jungle).
  • We are very excited to work further with this pair. As of now 2007 there has not been a super jungle albino produced.
  • Genetics: Co dom
 
 
Anery

Anerythristic Boa Constrictor

  • Genetics: Color mutation - Recessive.
  • This gene completely removes red from the boa. The Anerythristic gene is a key ingredient to making many new morphs. The Ghost and Snow Boa are examples of using the anerythristic gene to make a different mutation
 
Anery
 
 

Colombian red-tailed Boa Bci

  • We have several females we bread with the Salmon boas, jungles, and motleys.
  • The common colombian boa is a great starter snake. They are not reluctant feeders, and eat frozen thawed food willingly. They are peaceful animals and I have found they rarely bite and tolerate children handling them very well. I have taken then into schools for demonstrations with no trouble. (please watch your children when around snakes)
  • Babies for sale males
  • Babies for sale females
 
Columbian
 
 

Coral Albino Bci

  • Genetics: Color and pattern mutation - Simple recessive.
  • The coral albino boas originated from one of Pete Kahl's original hetero bloodlines. It was first produced in 1990 or 1991. When he bred hetero's from this bloodline I noticed several of the babies were much more colorful and had a lavender coral color to them. He kept them back, and as they grew there color intensified to almost a coral/lavender body color all over the animal.
 
 
Ghost

Ghost Boa Constrictor Bci

  • Genetics: Color - recessive (anery) and co dom (hypo)
  • The Ghost Boa is a combination morph. The ghost is a result of the hypo gene and the anerythristic gene combined into one snake. The ghost is actually an anerythristic/hypo. They hypo gives the anerythristic look a very “ghostly” appearance.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Harlequin

Harlequin Boa Bci

  • Genetics: This Harlequin boa was produced by the originator of this line Tim Magee. This unique blood line intensives all aspects in both pigment and pattern creating beautiful boas.
 
 
 
Hypo Motley

Hypo Motley

  • Genetics: This is a combination morph. The Hypo seams to change the pattern in the Motley but whit a combination of the 2 in one animals there are so many more things we can do with this guy.
 
Hypo Motley
 
 

Jungle Boa Bci

  • Genetics: Color and pattern mutation - co dom.
  • The Jungle Boa is Co-dominant trait that started in Sweden. Many people have a hard time telling the Jungle gene apart from a normal Pastel Boa. The Jungle is a Color and pattern mutation, and that is why many have a hard time with some of the less aberrant jungles. Some Jungles have strong pattern aberrancies, while some just have the color difference. This is where the confusion begins. The sure way to make sure you are getting the right gene is to make sure you are dealing with a reputable breeder that can trace his lineage to the true Jungle line. There is no confusion with the Super Jungle. The Super Jungle has a very distinct marking on the head. We have several different Jungles in our collection and have big plans for this gene.
 
 
Columbian Motley

Motley Boa Bci

  • Genetics: Co dom
  • The Motley Boa is by far one of our favorite Morphs.This pretty lady came from Jeremy Stone, and is possible het for albino.
 
Motley
 
 

Pastel Salmon

  • Genetics: Color mutation - incomplete dominant
  • The Pastel is very objective term. I can’t say for sure exactly how this genes work. We have a few different bloodlines of “Pastel”. and our own line of selective bred Pastels. Pastel Boas are very clean and have a high contrast. We are using the Pastel Boas to make better looking snakes.

 

 

 
Salmon Pastel
 
 

Salmon or Hypo Boa

  • Genetics: Color mutation - The Hypo Boa is a Co-dominant or incomplete dominant trait. There are many different names that are attached to certain bloodlines such as “salmon” or “orange tail”. All of these genes are compatible and do the same thing although you may get many different looks. The Hypo Gene reduces black and also changes the pattern. When you breed Hypo to Hypo, you can get a much more extreme color and pattern look. In the same litter, you also will produce a dominant version of the trait. When you have a dominant Hypo, and you breed it to a normal, all the babies will be Hypo
 
Salmon
 
 

Super Motley Boa Bci

  • Genetics: Complete dominant
  • The super motley Boa, .This guy we purchased from Jeremy Stone. Sadly he did not survive.
 
 
 

Super Salmon Jungle

  • Genetics: Color and pattern mutation - Dominate (super salmon) co-dominate (jungle)
  • Another combination animal. This one basically has 3 combinations in the one animal. Thus increasing the possibilities when breed to another.
 
 
 

Snow Boa

  • Genetics: Color mutation - simple recessive.
  • A snow boas is a double simple recessive (Albino & Anery)
 
Snow Boa
 
Sunglow - Boa Constrictor Bci
  • Genetics: Color and pattern mutation - Simple recessive (albino), and co-dominant (hypo or salmon).
 
 
 

Boa Constrictor Imperator

(Corn Island)

Corn Island

    Corn Island boas Bci

  • Boas constrictor imperator
  • These boas are a dwarf Island form from the Corn Island known as "The Isle de Maize". The Island has become a Nature Preserve and no collecting is permitted. So finding them can be hard.
  • I got my pair from Vin Russo. I found him to be quite charming and very knowledgeable contact him at cuttingedgeherp.com if you find these to be as interesting as I do.
 
Corn Island
 

Boa Constrictor Imperator

(Central American )

Central American
Central American
  • With people wanting to keep boas, but not a "big boa". We started working with some of the smaller or dwarf variety. The central american is a smaller boa. Average length 4-5'.
 
Classic Central
 
Central American Motley
Motley Central American
  • As you can see the central american motley is much different than the colombian motley.
 
Central American Motley
 
 
T+Central American
  • Caramel Albino/T+
  • Genetics: Color mutation - Simple recessive
  • T+ is the presence of tyrosinase, an enzyme that catalyzes the production of melanin.
 
 
 

Boa Constrictor Imperator

(Hog Island)

Hog Island
  • Hog Island Boa Bci
  • Boa constrictor imperator
  • These boas come from Cayo de los Cochinos off the Honduras
  • Adults can reach seven feet and often have extensive amounts of orange. They have reduced amounts of dark pigment so they are a natural hypomelanistic boa.
  • Babies for sale males
  • Babies for sale females
 
Hog Island
 

Boa Constrictor Imperator

(Panamanian)

Panamanian

Panamanian

  • The Panamanian Boa is a BCI local that is still fairly rare in US collections...My Panamanians are pure blooded animals that were produced from parents that came from the very first shipment into the US after a 10 year ban on exports from Panama...
 
Panamanian
 
Hypo Panamanian

Panamanian

  • Genetics: This is a dominant mutation defined by their reduced black color.
 
Hypo Panamanian
 

Boa Constrictor Imperator

(Sonoran Desert)

Panamanian Het for Leopord
   
Panamanian Het for Leopord
 
Boa Constrictor Constrictor
 

Amazon Basin Boa BCC

  • These are boas from the amazon basin. We purchased the original pair we have from Tim Mead back in the mid 80's. He told us the mom was pink from head to toe and came in with some bci's. They are BCC and grow very large. The research I have done leads me to believe they are true Colombian red tails.
 
Amazon Basin
 
Guyana Red Tail Boa
  • Guyana red-tailed boa Bcc
  • We have several pairs of Guyana boas. The babies have iridescent colors of purple and pinks when they are born, and keep that glow for the first year. Their saddles are wider with beautiful widows peaks and their tails are a deep burgundy.
  • The collection we have now is pure and not mixed with common boas or anything else.
  • Babies for sale males
  • Babies for sale females
 
Guyana Red Tail Boa
 
 

Suriname red-tailed Boa Bcc

  • The parents of these animals were collected from Suriname and been in our care for many years.
  • Suriname Boa strongly display the trademark attributes of the red-tails; bold markings and colors which resist fading or blending with age, a large angular head, and the flowing contrasting cherry red or velvet red tail-saddles
  • There belly are have a lot of black speckling, and they prefer high humidly and to sock most of the time.
  • Babies for sale male
 
Striped Suriname
 
 

Suriname red-tailed Boa Bcc

  • This one I call my pastel suriname. I can not wait until she grows up and we see what she produces.
 
 
 
Longicauda
Longicauda
  • Longicauda
  • Boa Constrictor longicauda
  • The original specimens were said to come from around Tumbes in northern Peru. This is a distinct morph of boa constrictor. Sometimes referred to as the Peruvian long tailed boa.. They have a distinctive wide central head stripe. The anterior and posterior face markings are black to light powder gray often with extensive amounts of black. The posterior body blotches and tail blotches are black.
 
Longicauda
 
 

    Anerythristic Longicauda

  • Genetics: Color mutation - Simple recessive. This gene completely removes red pigment from the boa.
 
Anery Longicauda
 
Argentine
 

Argentine Boa Constrictor Bco

  • Boa constrictor occidentalis
  • We have several pairs of argentine boas. Our first pair came from the miami valley serpertatium.
  • Adult females range between 7 and 8 feet in length
  • They are found in Argentina and Paraguay between the Andes and the Parana River south to provinces Cordoba, Sa Luiz and Mendoza
  • Babies for sale female
 
Argentine Boa
 
 
  • T Positive Argentine Boa Constrictor Bco
  • Boa constrictor occidentalis
  • Genetics: Color - Recessive
  • The T Positive Argentine Boa is one of the most beautiful adult boas on the earth. As babies, they are a rich lavender color. This is a naturally occurring gene. The term T-positive albino, means the lacking of the black coloration. This is not lacking the brown and black as in other albinos. We have a small group of T-positive Argentines and we are breeding them to Salmontines to make some incredible combinations
 
T+ Argentine
 
Salmontine
    Salmontine
  • This beautiful girl was born here in 06. She was so striking I had to keep her. I am thinking about pairing her up with the Albino male we have in 4 years and see what a salmontine sunglow looks like.
  • A salmontine is a hypo/ argentine
 
Salmontine
 
Bolivian
 
   
Silver Bolivian
 
Brazilian Rainbow Boa
Brazillian Rainbow Orange
   
Brazillian Rainbow Boa Orange
 
Brazillian Rainbow Red
   
 
 
Dumeril
 
    Dumeril Boa
  • Acrantophis dumerili - A genus containing two species of old World boas, native Only to Madagascar
  • The Dumerili live in Northern Madagascar in damp forested areas.
  • Their max length is 11 feet, usually shorter. My males are 6 feet and females 8 feet
 
Dumeril
 
Madagascar
Hypo Madagascar
  • Hypo Madagascar Ground Boa
  • Acrantophis madagascriensis -
  • The Madagascar ground boa is similar to the dumerili with marked differences. This snake presents with a mottled pattern of brown, copper, yellows and even pink. Note the pattern and the head color.
  • They are found in southern Madagascar in drier bush lands
  • Lengths up to 12 to 14 feet usually shorter. Mine are about 8 feet.
  • Their litter sizes are small, usually around 6 neonates. The gestation period for the ground boa is 8 to 9 months.
  • The madagascar ground boa is highly protected and is not often seen on the market. We do produce a few neonates a year, call if interested.
  • Babies for sale males
 
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  • Madagascar Ground Boa
  • Acrantophis madagascriensis -
  • The Madagascar ground boa is similar to the dumerili with marked differences. This snake presents with a mottled pattern of brown, copper, yellows and even pink. Note the pattern and the head color.
  • They are found in southern Madagascar in drier bush lands
  • Lengths up to 12 to 14 feet usually shorter. Mine are about 8 feet.
  • Their litter sizes are small, usually around 6 neonates. The gestation period for the ground boa is 8 to 9 months.
  • The madagascar ground boa is highly protected and is not often seen on the market. We do produce a few neonates a year, call if interested.
  • Babies for sale males
 
Madagascar