Madagascan Tree Boas

Re: Madagascan Tree Boas

Postby uncutdiamonds » Sun Feb 26, 2012 1:15 am

Hoss wrote:And these tree boa's apparently do do some hunting on the ground, so I think that would be a bad idea all together.

Wonder, if that's a problem, if they are decently sized in the same range.
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Re: Madagascan Tree Boas

Postby heloderma » Sun Feb 26, 2012 1:20 pm

The sizes of the Dumerilli are about all ranges the same, there always some bigger and little animals.
About the Madagascar Tree Boas is a other story.
The Brown one is the biggest easly about 2 mtr, the grey most rare is about 1 - 1,2 mtr.
These 2 have a livearea limited, but the green one have a more bigger area where they live so the diffrents in colour and sizes are more diffrent. some are about 1,3 mtr, but others from other areas are sometimes almost 2 mtr.
The colour from green with a lot of white to dark green/brown.
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Re: Madagascan Tree Boas

Postby garth » Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:44 pm

I just sold my male mandarin phase for 350 euro! Cheap as chips and he is a cracker of almost 8ft. If you are preparred for a shite load of rondvok, CITES I shipments can be done. For this species its worth the hassle.
Whats this nonsense about genetically modified food being dangerous and not tasting good!?! I had a leg of salmon yesterday and it was delicious!
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Re: Madagascan Tree Boas

Postby Bushviper » Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:15 am

You wanna try getting that ball rolling. Do permits for 6 and lets see how that goes?
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