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Discussion in 'Solomon Island Boas' started by Kikai, Apr 7, 2004.

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  1. Kikai

    Kikai Elite Member

    It looks too empty to me here.

    This is a Solomon that I was considering......not sure if I need another male when I have no females.

    These are my 2 little guys...

    This is for size reference. They are next to a US quarter.

    The Solomons are awesome snakes. Very easy care requirements, and they stay small, only 2-3 feet for males and 4 feet for females. They have slow metabolisms, and can be tricky feeders when neonates preferring anoles, geckos and frogs.
  2. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    what adorable little babies you have there i just love those guys (there on my wish list,,along with a few HUNDRED others)
  3. Dragonden

    Dragonden Elite Member

    Very nice looking snakes, and they are so tiny right now! Thanks for giving us a size reference.
  4. bloodpython

    bloodpython Member

    Candoia bibroni

    The first pic u posted at the top...thats a solomon island tree boa(Candoia bibroni) close relatives...but i dont think they would breed with your groound boas lol...I have 2 full grown Solomon Island Ground boas(Candoia carinata) that im hopeing to breed soon.......the male is 3'5" and the female is 3'8" :) So when they breed they turn out about 9-60 so im hopeing to sell the young after i get em started on scented pinkies or anoles lol.....
    Female....ok talk 2 all you candoia fans later
  5. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Greats both of you. They are defnitely beautiful snakes.
  6. Jay DeMore

    Jay DeMore Elite Member

    They are great looking snakes.
  7. Jem_Scout

    Jem_Scout Elite Member

    Wow, I never knew that these kind of snakes stayed that small....
    I learn something new here everyday! :)
  8. cman

    cman Elite Member

    wow they are pretty
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