Normal Het Anery 66% PH Paradox Albino Sand Boa (#NM-17)

Normal Het Anery 66% PH Paradox Albino Sand Boa
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Description. Pairing was Nasuada (Female Normal Het Anery/Paradox Albino) and Martel (Male Anery Het Paradox Albino). Currently eating lg f/t pinkie mice once weekly from RodentPro.
Normal Het Anery 66% PH Paradox Albino
Sand Boa Baby/Juvenile
Gongylophis
Sex:
Traits:
100% Het Axanthic Normal Pos Het Paradox Albino
Birth:
26th March 2021
Weight:
26g
Diet:
Frozen/Thawed Mouse

Breeder:
Location:
Columbus, Ohio United States of America flag

Price:
US$80.00
Shipping:
50.00-100.00 (Domestic)
First Posted:
06/16/21
Last Renewed:
08/06/21
Last Updated:
09/10/21
ID#:
NM-17
Store policy. MAKING AN INQUIRY
I take incredible care in choosing homes for my animals, and aspire to be the kind of reptile breeder who remains available to their customers for questions and advice. When you make your inquiry, please include what you know about the care and keeping of the species you're offering for, and explain in detail what the set-up you have looks like. I'm happy to fill in gaps in your research and offer insight from my own experience, but I will not sell to someone who hasn't made an effort to do some research or is unwilling to discuss their care routine.

As a new breeder, I am willing to consider trades and am open to fair offers on all of my animals.

SHIPPING
I ship on Tue-Wed only through Ship Your Reptiles, using FedEx Priority Overnight shipping to your closest FedEx hub. If your animal is DOA, you must send a photo of the dead animal and you will be refunded for the cost of the animal itself or offered a replacement if one is available. For a non-refundable deposit towards the cost of the animal, I will hold for later shipping if the weather or circumstances are dangerous.

Effective January 15, 2021, MorphMarket's Default Store Policy specifies any terms which have not been overridden by this Seller's stated policy.
About Sydney Sand's Boas and Other Exotics. My name is Sydney, and I'm a new breeder of sand boas and crested geckos. I first got into reptiles in 2015 when I volunteered at the BGSU Herpetarium while studying for a biology degree, and truly fell in love with them through caring for the sand boas at the facility and overseeing the breeding and raising of these snakes. I currently own sand boas, crested geckos, a common boa, a Tarahumara Dwarf Boa, and a few species of isopods. While I'm still learning a lot of the ropes, I'm 100% committed to providing quality care and information regarding the species I work with.