Boa c. imperator Cay Caulker/Belize Dwarf Boa for sale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Cay Caulker Boas were first imported to Germany in 2004 from the U.S. Before this time, this scarce island morph wasn't kept in Europe.

The first litter in Europe was produced the year before last our Cay Caulker Boas.

These boas live to see a boom now who was last experienced in the Hog Island boas in the 80ies. 

There are several reasons for this:

  • They are tendentially anerythristic. That is, they are having a very special hue
  • Along with the Tarahumara boas they belong to the most dwarfish boas
  • They are very hardy and show a docile temper
  • Until this success they haven't been bred outside the U.S.
  • Their appearence is cleary different to other Boa c. imperator

 


Cay Caulker Boa Video


 

Like all other pristine wildlife forms of Boa constrictor the Cay Caulker Boas get their final hue only at the age of 2 - 3 years. It differs distincly from the "baby -hue"

This is how they will look like in 2 - 3 years:

Cay Caulker Boa, adult specimen

 

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The Belize dwarf boas consist of these island forms: 

 

  • the Cay Caulker dwarf boas
  • the Crawl Cay dwarf boas
  • the Ambergris Caye dwarf boas

 

These variants are almost identical in pattern, hue and size. Therefore we have reduced our stock for one variant. We don't keep and breed Cay Caulker boas anymore. Also, there is no offspring avialable. However, instead of a Cay Caulker boa you can also chose one of the following variants:

 

Crawl Cay dwarf boas offspring

Ambergris Caye dwarf boas offspring

 

These variants are almost identical to the Cay Caulker boas.