66% Pos Het Caramel CRB Colombian Rainbow Boa (#VoBa1910)

66% Pos Het Caramel CRB Colombian Rainbow Boa
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Description. Listed as a possible het due to theoretical ratios of the pairing, but pretty sure based on experience and due to juvenile coloration that this is most likely a true het. This is the Brian Sharp line of t+ albino, although based on results on other parings I have done over the last couple of years I am beginning to believe this was erroneous identified. Albino genes, t- & t+ both, are located on the same locus. Due to this the offspring that carry both genes visually express in an epistasic way visually looking like a t+ (called a paradigm or paradigma depending on line. Both of the other known lines produce offspring like this. So for in my experience this is not true with Sharp’s line. Side by side these animals also look very different, the Sharp line looking very pale in comparison and the other two look like caramels. At this point I theorized that theSharp line may actually be hypo and my breeding results this far back that. We’ll see what the future holds.
66% Pos Het Caramel CRB
Colombian Rainbow Boa Subadult
Epicrates maurus
66% Het Albino (Caramel)
22nd October 2019
Frozen/Thawed Rat




Brooksville, Florida United States of America flag

40.00-90.00 (Domestic)
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About Reese Rainbows and Reptiles. I have been breeding different boa species for over 30 years. Started out keeping and breeding sand boas at age 14 selling to local pet shops. As soon as I could afford to as a young adult I began raising Brazilian Rainbow boas, Emerald Tree boas and Anacondas. As time progressed I decided to focus my time solely on Rainbows and for many years that is what I have specialized in. We are currently working with several uncommon morphs and specialize in calico and various lines of striped animals. Many of our current projects are focused on polygenic combinations of these lines with various color morphs such as DB hypos, Lockwood hypos, melanistic and various forms of anery. Beyond this we have returned to breeding some of the newer sand boa morphs (including pure Dodomas), calico and leucistic Amazon Tree boas and other species of Rainbows including E. assisi and E. maurus morphs.