I just received a young pair of Halamahera Island ground boas. Another species of Carinata, though I'm not actually sure which one these are. They're set up is sterilite tubs with cypress mulch substrate and sharing a large ultratherm heat mat w/out a t-stat. The warm spots are in the upper 80's, cool ends are 75, so I figure they should be fine the way they are. So far neither one seems to want to lounge on the heat, the female is soaking in her water bowl and the male has been perched on a shelf near the led of the tub. I put a small 3 tier corner shelf (rubber coated metal) with plastic canvas cut to cover the shelves for a more comfortable arrangement. I use those in all my smaller snake setups for anything that likes to climb. Also provides a vertical heat gradient over the warm end, with a piece of eggcrate foam on the bottom to provide dorsal contact cover directly over the warm spot. No clue whether they're WC imports or CB, got them from someone on FB who said she picked them up at a Repticon. Then a few days later she mentioned that the male had gone off eating after being shipped, and had to be offered a feeder lizard before he would go back to mice. Sooo anyway, I'm told that the female is feeding on small adult mice or rat pinks, and the male is taking 3 pinky mice each feeding, we shall see how it goes after they settle in. Sunday is my weekly feeding day. They were a bit cooler than they prefer on arrival, consequently I didn't expect them to be very active, but they do seem to have very calm dispositions. Sort of a cross between a mini-boa and a ball python as far as general activity level so far, lol. From what I've googled they seem to be pretty similar to the Solomon Island ground boas in general, though a couple references stated that the wee babies are easier to get started on pinky mice than other species. I'll post a few pics after they settle in and I take some. Any helpful advice in the meantime would be appreciated.