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Updated July 18, 2021

We finally have our 2021 baby boas posted up on the available page. We have some different Parahet possible het Leopard boas available, and we also have some Central American T Positive Albino, Sunglow, Snow, and Moonglow boas. We also have a few boas left from 2019 and 2018 which you can see here.

If there is something you might be looking for that we don't currently have, shoot us an email, text us, or use our Contact Us form, and we will add you to our no-obligation waiting list. Once babies have been born, we will reach out and ask if you are still interested.

I was asked by Reptiles Magazine in 2016 to put together a Boa Constrictor Care Guide covering captive care and husbandry tips, some boa morphs, proper caging/food/heat/humidity, handling tips, etc. Basically everything a first-time boa keeper would need to know to keep a boa happy and healthy. The article appears in the Sept/Oct 2016 issue, and it also includes pictures of some of our boas. The article has recently been posted online here, but if you would like to have a physical copy, you should be able to get the magazine by contacting Reptiles Magazine and asking for back issues. If you take a look at the article, feel free to give me feedback, I would love to hear if you liked it (or not)!

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Blood Boa Constrictor

Take a look at our Available Boas

2021 babies will be posted soon. From 2019, we have a Russian T+ Albino, a Central American T+ Snow, some Motley Arabesques possible het Kahl Albino, and a Kahl Albino Motley Het Anery. From 2018, a Blood 50% Hog Island, and a Kahl Albino Arabesque het Anery. From 2017, some Aztec Het Leopards. From 2016 we have a beautiful Hytec (Hypo Aztec) het Leopard, and a Motley Aztec het Leopard (the Motley, Aztec, Leopard combo has not yet been produced).

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Sharp Snow Boa Constrictor

Our Collection of Boas

A wide assortment of boa morphs

Take a look at our collection of boas, including some "world firsts" that we produced, like the Sharp Strain Snow pictured here. We have additional photos of each of our animals so you can see how they change as they mature. We maintain a relatively small collection to make sure we have the time and resources needed to properly care for each of our pets.

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Our Information Pages - The Boa Library

We list our boa litters as they have happened over the years, with photos of the litters too!

A short list of some of the various Boa Morphs - there are many more than what we have listed!

Some of our favorites from the Kingsnake Boa Forum - from back when people used forums...

Find out the defintion of recessive, dominant, codominant, heterozygous, etc.

Find out what the terms BCI, BCC, Ovoviviparous, Slug, Viviparous, etc. mean.

Take a look at our Terms of Sale and the types of Payment we accept.

Thanks for stopping by Blumen Boas, and be sure to keep coming back!