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Peruvian Long-Tail Boas
(Boa c. longicauda)

We currently are working with different bloodlines originating from Gus Rentfro (Harding line) and Chris MacQuade (Gulf Coast Reptiles - whose original bloodline started with Marcia Lincoln and John Meltzer). The long-tail boa is probably one of the rarest localities of boa in captivity. Our future goal is to integrate different bloodlines to intensify the jet-black color and yellow, blue/silver background that this unique boa has to offer.

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