This March has been eventful for us; we noticed huge ovulation in a Suriname, added a Trinidad redtail to our collection, uploaded a Tumbes boa video...
Our WC Suriname redtail boa (Boa c. constrictor) shown below has ovulated for the first time since 2011. We witnessed a huge, elongated ovulation, which is rarely-seen in Surinames. In additon, she also copulated a F1 male during her ovulation, as she also did in December, 2013. Consequently, a Suriname redtail offspring is the most likely in our collection this year.
We also added a very unqiue locality to our stock. This Trinidad redtail boa is extremely rare and is the only known island form of Boa c. constrictor.
As we have had several questions, inquires on our Boa c. longicauda offspring over half a year, we have decided to make a short video on them. It is available both here and at available menu.
They have changed a lot during the last few months, therefore we have also taken fresh pictures of them.
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