U.K C.B Boa Constrictors
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Boa Constrictor constrictor
South Brazilians are arguably one of the ‘purest’ form of ‘locality’ Boa out there today. Since they where hand collected by the late Lloyd Lemke himself from Brazil before exportation was banned. They aren’t port of export locality boas (meaning labelled from the port they where shipped from, for example ‘Belem, Iquitos and other so called pure ‘locality’ Boas). They are also what got me hooked into the true boa sub species hands down. I can remember seeing a stunning picture of a Lloyd Lemke animal with a light tan and amazing thin high bat peaks years ago. Ever since, I knew I just had to get my hands on some. Fast forward a fair few years later and after a lot of searching for top end animals I finally got some ‘quality’ Lloyd Lemke bloodlines. These really are rare, mind blowing animals and my favourite Boa easily. My adults have remained fairly small and the colours just blow me away every time I see them. Although these Boas are classed as Boa Constrictor amarali, many (including myself) believe that these are actually more Boa constrictor constrictor, and if you judge them by the belief that Bolivian Boas are actually the true amarali then they do bare some resemblance to Bcc, yet have the small size of amarali. They could actually be a naturally occurring cross of amarali and the true red tailed boas. Hell, you can call them ball pythons for all I care. Either way you end up with one of the most beautiful Boas on earth in my opinion. See for yourself and make up your own mind.
Natures Perfection was the first in the UK to breed this highly sort after species.
Boa constrictor constrictor
Care & Info
amarali occur in Eastern Bolivia, Paraguay and South Brazil.
Boa constrictor amarali are not common boas (Bci) nor like some pythons. The trick
to feeding amarali is to feed not too large an item, and only after they have defecated.
Boa constrictor amarali have a slow digestive system and overfeeding may lead to
regurgitation problems, not to mention an overweight snake which could well lead
to an early grave. Slow and easy wins the race. Try not to handle the snake for at
I keep my amarali (all my Boas) in my snake room with a background temperature of
This goes without saying is a major factor in any animal care. Water is changed every 2 days and bowls thoroughly cleaned with an appropriate reptile disinfectant. Waste from the animal is cleaned that day and again thoroughly disinfected with appropriate cleaning solution. Bowls, bedding or any other equipment are not swapped from animal to animal. The health of my animals is my number one priority.
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