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New Addition. Kenyan Sand Boa :)

Discussion in 'Rosy Boas & Sand Boas' started by T-rex, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

  2. MadDog

    MadDog Elite Member

    Very cool snake
     
  3. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

    Thank you
     
  4. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    Congrats on the new addition! :) Hope to see some pics up soon.
     
  5. ReptileDreamer

    ReptileDreamer Well-Known Member

  6. Orca

    Orca Elite Member

    Nuts, the video didn't work for me... So I'll impatiently wait for pics :p She eating f/t? I've only know a couple KSB and both were picky eaters.
     
  7. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

    She is eating live pinkies right now. I am going to attempt to switch her over soon. haha
     
  8. Sandboamorphs

    Sandboamorphs Member

    She's a good size female, 2008?
     
  9. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

    Believe it or not she is '09. Haha She is big.
     
  10. Sandboamorphs

    Sandboamorphs Member

    I believe it, so long as she's a good eater and is offered food every 5-7 days....What do you have her paired off for? Do you know if she is het for anything?
     
  11. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

    She is 100% het anerythristic. I don't have breeding plans for her quite yet.
     
  12. Sandboamorphs

    Sandboamorphs Member

    I meant to tell you I have a 5 year old Anery Female named Lola.

    So many options for breeding KSBs these days. I'd consider a Rufescen male. Coupled with the fact she's het anery the possibilities for breed back of the f1s are endless.
     
  13. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

    I have no clue what that means. haha Cool that you have one named Lola too.
     
  14. Sandboamorphs

    Sandboamorphs Member

    If you were to breed a Rufescen to your kenyan het anery the litter would come out roughly 50% orange stripe het anery andy 50% orange tiger het anery.

    Take one of the Orange Stripe het anery males (F1) and breed back to your kenyan female the following year and you would get Orange Stripes, Orange Tigers, White Stripes and White Tigers. The first time a white stripe or white tiger was ever created was a few months ago.
     
  15. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member


    That's insane! What age/weight is a female ready to breed at?
     
  16. Sandboamorphs

    Sandboamorphs Member

    'There's no set age and weight...blah...blah...blah'

    At least 3 years old and 200 grams.

    How old is yours?
     
  17. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

    Oh, not sure on her age. She's this years offspring. I may have to buy a breeding pair now. Haha :D
     
  18. Sandboamorphs

    Sandboamorphs Member

    On film she looks like she may be 75 grams? Have you weighted her lately?
     
  19. T-rex

    T-rex Elite Member

    I don't think she is quite that big. ;) I haven't weighed her yet. I will do so soon. She is probably in the 20 gram area.
     
  20. Sandboamorphs

    Sandboamorphs Member

    You have a some time then, she's probably 6 months old or so if she's 20 grams and has been fed regularly.
     

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