Boa Morph prices

Boa Morph prices

Postby hunter1 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:38 am

Can anyone give me a fair price on anery boas and snow boas in SA as im looking at selling mine for a fair price.
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby Bushviper » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:38 am

R50 one special price all and all.
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby hunter1 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:40 am

Sweet,can I send you banking details, and are you going to pay monthley installments?
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby Bushviper » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:47 am

Seriously though. These are fair prices for the morphs today considering what has been bred and what is expected this year. This is an average price. Buying them for resale will mean you drop the price by about 20 - 30% and selling from a shop could mean increasing the price by about the same.

Hypos R1500
Pastels R1500 - R2500
Aneries R2500
Jungles R3000
Salmons R3500
Albinos R4500
Coral albinos R5000
Motleys R6500
Sunglows R7500
Snows R10 000

I know people will tell you that hypos and salmons are the same thing but they are visually completely different. There are also two types of motleys and Central american ones are not as attractive as the Colombian ones. The various types of aneries will also get different prices. The seriously black and white ones will get a better prices than the ones who retain some brown in them.

Just my opinion.
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby Bushviper » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:52 am

Sorry forgot to add these.

Het albino R1500
Het snows R3000
Albino het salmon sunglow R6000
Albino het hypo sunglow R5500
Motley het albino R8000

Het motley, het Jungle, het Hypo and het Salmons all cost R450
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby Whitelipp » Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:45 am

Super Hypos?
Dont bite, strike!!!!

Dont keep it real, keep it EXOTIC!!!
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby hunter1 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:47 am

Ok cool thanks for that info Bushviper.
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby Bushviper » Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:50 am

Super hypos are difficult to visually identify but they should go for about twice what a hypo would because of the potential they carry.
Pastel hypos can also command a more serious price and this can be produced easily using the super hypos.

Hunter if you have the only Snow boa available you can command a much higher price as nobody will buy it for resale. Remember the aneries are also possible het albino/snow so there is room to up the price a little there too. If I was you I would keep the Snow and introduce Sunglow into it to make het Ghost and het Moonglows.
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby brandon gartrell20 » Wed Feb 15, 2012 6:13 pm

How old is your anery
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby ziiyo » Sun Mar 25, 2012 11:57 am

My Sunglow is now a year and a half old, she is getting sooo big :)

Id LOVE to one day get a Motley het albino - and try produce some motley sunglows. Its one of my many dreams :)
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby Bushviper » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:55 am

Ziiyo you might be disappointed with what you produce. Many of the sunglows fade out as they get older. If yours does keep its colour then it is worth going for it.

I hope to produce albino motleys this year or possibly only next year. Just ask for pictures of the parents when buying motleys. The Central American motleys dont grow as big and are not as clean. The ones that carry the most Columbian genetics make better looking babies.
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby ziiyo » Tue Mar 27, 2012 4:43 pm

Bushviper wrote:Ziiyo you might be disappointed with what you produce. Many of the sunglows fade out as they get older. If yours does keep its colour then it is worth going for it.

I hope to produce albino motleys this year or possibly only next year. Just ask for pictures of the parents when buying motleys. The Central American motleys dont grow as big and are not as clean. The ones that carry the most Columbian genetics make better looking babies.


Tnx BV, maybe throwing in some Jungle into the sunglow might clean it up and help retain its pattern and colour. From what ive seen the Jungles make everything look amazing!.

How much would a motley albino be these days... (im assuming they would be S.A firsts) and your motleys are probably Columbian correct ?

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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby Bushviper » Wed Mar 28, 2012 12:20 pm

I have no idea what the prices will be as they change from year to year.
I should have the following at the SOS expo.
Coral Albinos
Pastel Albino
Motley PH Anery
Het Sharp Albino
Hypo Jungle PH Albino
Hypo
High Contrast albinos
T+ Nicaraguans
Motley T+ Nicaraguans

So that will be the place to get the next breeding stock. Some will be ready to breed next year.
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby ziiyo » Wed Mar 28, 2012 4:29 pm

Bushviper wrote:I have no idea what the prices will be as they change from year to year.
I should have the following at the SOS expo.
Coral Albinos
Pastel Albino
Motley PH Anery
Het Sharp Albino
Hypo Jungle PH Albino
Hypo
High Contrast albinos
T+ Nicaraguans
Motley T+ Nicaraguans

So that will be the place to get the next breeding stock. Some will be ready to breed next year.


I literally looked at the SOS flyer , yesterday evening and I'm going to come up from CPT for the day to look at a potential male for my female. She is the most gorgeous thing in the world and more of a pet then anything.. id just like so see her give birth once in her life.. it must be the most amazing thing to watch.

Ta, BV - I will def pop around to you and say Hi!
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Re: Boa Morph prices

Postby brandon gartrell20 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:49 pm

Are you still selling your snow or anery?
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