Re: Jamaican, Bimini, & Haitian Boas

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Posted by Valerio Kugir on July 16, 1999 at 20:32:43:

In Reply to: Jamaican, Bimini, & Haitian Boas posted by Jaimee Krell on July 16, 1999 at 18:24:14:

Hi there,
I`ve got 2.1 Haitians, 1.2 Puerto-Rican, 1.2 Cuban Boas. Sorry, I still have not pics. The pattern and coloration of Haitians usually is similar to that of Cuban boas, but they are slenderer and some specimens may have bright red or orange markings. Another bad thing is that the Haitian babies are very often extremely difficult feeders and sometimes need 1-2 years of forced feeding before they`ll begin to eat themselves. They may refuse any rodents, lizards, birds and sometimes it seems to be enigma what do they eat in nature. Good luck.

: I'm looking for a new addition to my collection. I've come across the Bimini and Haitian Boas, but can't find pictures of them to see whether they are at all attractive. In the process I have ran across the Jamaican's picture, but can't seem to find anyone who has them. Does anyone sell the Jamaicans? I'd like to see pictures of the Biminis and Haitians if anyone has them to send.

: Thank You in advance for any help.

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