Anerythristic Boa

Boa constrictor

Scientific Name: Boa constrictor imperator

Morph: Hypomelanistic

Description: A codominate trait resulting in a reduction of black pigment. The percentage of black pigment varies from animal to animal but tends to be very minimal. This trait produces animals that vary in color from light to dark browns, golds and tans. It also affects pattern by reducing saddle size, shape and overall appearance.

Albino Boa

Boa constrictor

Scientific Name: Boa constrictor imperator

Morph: Albino

Description: A recessive trait causing an animal to completely lack dark pigment. Currently there are two bloodlines available. The "Original" strain and the "Sharp" strain. I am working with both bloodlines of Albino Boas.

Anerythristic Boa

Boa constrictor

Scientific Name: Boa constrictor imperator

Morph: Anerythristic

Description: A recessive trait causing an animal to lack red pigment, resulting in a black, silver, and grey overall appearance. Hets also available.

Arabesque Boa

Boa constrictor

Scientific Name: Boa constrictor imperator

Morph: Arabesque

Description: A co-dominate trait that tends to change color and pattern throughout the whole body of the snake. It narrows saddles, elongates them on the sides and causes them to connect resulting in a continous connecting pattern from head to tail. This trait usually increases black speckling and intensifies background color with golds and yellows.

Ghost Boa

Boa constrictor

Scientific Name: Boa constrictor imperator

Morph: Ghost

Description: A co-dominate trait that is a result of combining a Hypomelanistic and an Anerythristic gene. The background color tends to be very light grey and white with minimal if any black. It alsoaffects pattern by reducing saddle size, shape, and overall appearance.

Normal Boa

Boa constrictor

Scientific Name: Boa constrictor imperator

Morph: Common

Description: Normal Columbian Boas that tend to produce very "Silver" unusually clean babies. A very spectacular normal bloodline that has very good potential.