Welcome to Blumen Boas - home of the first Sharp Snow Boa Constrictor!

 

 

 

 

A Hypo Eclipse boa (2014):

A Hypo Eclipse boa

 

An Eclipse boa (2014):

Eclipse boa

 

A Blood 50% Hog Island boa (2014):

Blood 50% Hog Island boa

 

Ghost Motley Jungle boa (2014):

Ghost Motley Jungle boa

 

The first Hypo Eclipse boa (2013):

The first Hypo Eclipse boa (Salmon Colombian Motley Leopard)

 

The first Eclipse boa (2012):

The first Eclipse Boa (Leopard Colombian Motley)

 

The first Sharp Strain Snow boa (2007):

The First Sharp Strain Snow Boa Constrictor!

Updated pictures of the first Sharp Strain Snow Boa - "Whitesnake" (pictured above) can be viewed here.

Updated pictures of the first Hypo Eclipse (pictured above) can be viewed here.

In our Available Boas section, we list the boa babies (neonates) that we have for sale. The babies from our 2013 litters can be found here, and the babies from our 2014 litters can be found here. There are Leopards, Hypo Leopards, Motleys het Eclipse, Hypo Motleys het Eclipse, along with het Leopards and Hypo het Leopards, and yes - Eclipses and Hypo Eclipses! You could have a chance to make your own Eclipse or Hypo Eclipse with some of these babies! We also have Jungle boas, Hypo Jungle Motley boas (or is it Motley Jungle...), and a Ghost Jungle Motley boa for sale. We also have Bloods 50% Hog Island boas as well as 100% het Bloods 50% Hog Island available. We had a great 2014 season, and hopefully we will have an even better season next year!

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email us, and we will be sure to reply!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome To Blumen Boas!
Here is the latest Boa Baby News:

For our final litter of 2014, our het Blood 50% Hog Island female, Charlotte, gave birth to 7 Bloods 50% Hog Island, and 8 100% het Bloods 50% Hog Island on June 12, 2014. She was bred by Apollo, our Blood 50% Hog Island. Pictures of the litter can be seen here.

On June 10, 2014, our Motley het Anery, Laverne, had a litter of 13 babies. She was bred by Tarzan, our Hypo Jungle het Anery, and gave birth to 3 Jungles 66% het Anery, 1 66% Anery, 1 Hypo 66% het Anery, 1 Anery Motley, 5 Hypo Jungle Motleys 66% het Anery, and 2 Ghost Jungle Motleys - a nice lucky 13 litter! A picture of one of the Ghost Jungle Motleys is to the right, and pictures of the litter can be seen here.

On June 8, 2014, our Motley het Leopard female, Dot, had a litter of 9 babies. She was bred by a Hypo Leopard and gave birth to 3 het Leopards, 1 Leopard, 1 Motley het Leopard, 1 Hypo Motley het Leopard, 1 Eclipse, and 2 Hypo Eclipses. These are only the second and third Hypo Eclipses to be born anywhere, so I am definitely happy! Pics of the litter can be seen here.

On June 4, 2014, our DH Sharp Albino and Russian T+ Blonde Albino, Betty, gave birth to a small but very healthy litter of 4. One is a Russian T+ Albino 66% het Sharp Albino, and 3 66% DH Sharp & Russian T+ Blonde were born. You can definitely tell which one is the Russian T+! Pics of the litter can be seen here.

On May 24, 2014, the first litter of our 2014 breeding season finally arrived. Our DH Leopard, Lucille, gave birth to a litter of 15 babies that were all full-term and nice and healthy. 4 66% het Leopards, 2 Motleys 66% het Leopard, 1 Hypo 66% het Leopard, 5 Hypo Motleys 66% het Leopard, 1 VERY interesting ghost-like looking baby, and 2 Eclipses (Colombian Motley Leopards) were born. No Hypo Eclipses were in this litter, but I have another pregnant female that hopefully will produce some Hypo Eclipses. Pictures of the litter can be seen here, and take a look here if you are interested in any of the babies from this litter.

The second litter of our 2013 season arrived on April 29. Our DH Leopard, Lucille, gave birth to a litter of 18 very healthy babies. 2 66% het Leopards, 7 Motleys 66% het Leopard, 2 Hypo 66% het Leopards, 2 Hypo Motley 66% het Leopards, 2 Hypo Leopards, 2 Leopards, and one of the babies was a Hypo Eclipse! This is the first time a Hypo Eclipse has been born in the world! A picture of the Hypo Eclipse is to the right, and pictures of the litter can be seen here. For additional pictures of the Hypo Eclipse, take a look at his photo gallery here.

Our 2013 breeding season has kicked off with our first litter. On April 11, 2013, our DH Sharp Albino and Russian T+ Blonde Albino, Betty, gave birth to a small but very healthy litter of 5. One is a Sharp Albino and Russian T+ (showing both traits I believe), and 4 66% DH Sharp & Russian T+ Blonde were born. It would have been nice to have a couple Russian T+'s (Blonde T+'s), but there is always next time...Pics of the litter can be seen here.

On August 6, 2012, the first Eclipse Boa (Leopard Colombian Motley) in the world was born - what a way to end our breeding season! Dot, our Colombian Motley het Leopard female, was bred by Smoke, our Leopard male. She had 4 Leopards, 1 het Leopard, 1 Motley het Leopard, and 1 VERY special Leopard Colombian Motley. I have named this new boa morph the Eclipse Boa. He is a solid black boa and is pictured to the right. A solid red boa (adding the hypo gene), or a solid white boa (adding the albino gene), or a solid silver boa (anery gene) might be a future possibility. The future is looking bright, or in this case dark! For pictures of the litter click here. For post-shed pictures of the Ecipse boa, take a look at the Eclipse Boa photo gallery here.

On June 14, 2012, our het Blood 50% Hog Island, Charlotte, dropped her litter of 19 babies. 3 were Bloods 50% Hog Island, and 16 were 66% het Bloods 50% Hog Island. Pictures of the colorful litter can be found here. We have one more litter to go for this season, and hopefully it will produce something new in the boa world....stay tuned!

On May 14, 2012, our Albino possible het Anery, Pinky, had a small litter of 5, and she proved to be het Anery! She was bred by Tarzan, our Hypo Jungle het Anery, and there was a Ghost het Sharp Albino in the litter (1 in 16 odds!!!). Hopefully he is a Jungle too. Pictures of the litter are here.

Our first litter of 2012 has finally arrived. On April 22, our large female pastel, Sunset, had a litter of 36 awesome babies! She was bred by Atlas (a Sugar line pastel), and the babies went full term. Pictures of the litter can be viewed here. Stay tuned for hopefully more litters to come!

On June 28, 2011, our DH Leopard, Lucille, had a litter of 14 boas. 6 were Hypo Leopards and 4 of them were Leopards. She was bred by Smoke again, and the babies went full term. Pictures of the litter can be viewed here.

On March 29, 2011, Cartagena had a litter of 15 boas, with 7 of them being Sharp Snows. She was bred by Blade who was a possible het Anery that proved to be het Anery. Pictures of the litter can be viewed here.

The final litter of our 2010 breeding season arrived on October 11, 2010. Our Leopard, Onyx, had a litter of 6 Leopards. Pictures of the litter can be viewed here.

And now for something a little different....On June 27, 2010 our DH Leopard, Lucille, had a litter of 8 boas, 4 of them were Leopards, and 1 was a Hypo Leopard! Pictures of the litter can be viewed here.

On March 26, 2010 Colombia had a litter of 12 boas, with 5 of them being Anerys 50% het Sharp Albino (het Sharp Snow). Here are pictures of the litter.

On February 20, 2010 Cartagena had a litter of 10 boas, with 5 of them being Sharp Snows. Whitesnake again was the sire. Here are pictures of the litter.

On April 23, 2009, Whitesnake, the first Sharp Snow, sired a litter! Cartagena had a litter of 14 boas, with 8 of them being Sharp Snows! Here are a few pictures of the litter.

On March 11, 2008, we had a litter of 27 boas. Unfortunately, no Sharp Snows were in the litter, but there were some beautiful Sharp Albino Boas, Anery Boas, and Normal Possible Double Het Boas. Here are a few pictures of the litter.

On July 8, 2007, we were fortunate to produce the second Sharp Snow Boa in the world, and here are a few pictures of the litter.

On March 20, 2007, we were very lucky to be the first in the world to produce a Sharp Snow Boa Constrictor! Here are a few pictures of the litter.

 

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