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Is this a suriname boa constrictor?

By SnakyLady
Mon, February 6 2012 at 22:43

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I have an extremely similar boa acquired in a similar situation. I don't know about the locality, but I was told he was "hypo pastel". He has a lot of salmon and olive color sin his side markings, is reddish and darker than normal boas, and has a lot of speckling.
#1 Jessie Haines on 2012-03-26 14:48 (Reply)
Also, Suris have pretty distinct saddles, This looks like what I would just call "Columbian". Although cross breeding is not uncommon and it can be difficult to distinguish.
#2 Jessie Haines on 2012-03-26 14:52 (Reply)

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