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Collection

Brazilian Rainbow Boas

Normal
Ambrosia
Andromeda
Apollo
Artemis
Aylin
Ceres
Helios
Juno
Persephone
Prometheus
Tyr
Valkyrie

Het Hypomelanistic
Callisto
Iris
Orion
Pandora
Phoebe
Pluto
Ruby
Spartacus

Hypomelanistic
Ares

Anerythristic
Midnight

Double Het Ghost
Loki

Dumerils Boas

Cleopatra
Lazarus
Unnamed Female 1
Unnamed Female 2

Care/Info

Care Sheets

Beginner's Guide To Brazilian Rainbow Boas
Brazilian Rainbow Boa Care Sheet
Dumerils Boa Care Sheet

Frequently Asked Questions

Brazilian Rainbow Boa FAQ's
Dumerils Boa FAQ's

Do It Yourself Projects

Snake Rack
Rodent Breeding Tubs

Videos

How To Sex A Snake
How To Pick Up A Snake
Dumerils Boa Giving Birth 1
Dumerils Boa Giving Birth 2
Dumerils Boa Giving Birth 3
Breaking Through Egg Sac
Dumerils Boa Eating Mouse
How To Feed 2nd Food Item
Dumerils Boa Eating A Rat
BRB Shedding Short
BRB Shedding
BRB Striking A Mouse 1
BRB Striking A Mouse 2
Feeding A Hesitant BRB
Hypo BRB Swimming
BRB Eating A Rat

Available

Brazilian Rainbow Boas Dumerils Boas

About Moonlight Boas

Moonlight Boas selectively breeds the best Brazilian Rainbow Boas with intense color and bold patterns. Their colors range from blazing orange to fiery red. Our collection includes Normal, Hypomelanistic, Het Hypo, and Anerythristic Brazilian Rainbow Boas. Through selective breeding, we plan to cultivate the development of boas with the richest and most vivid colors possible.

Calling a Brazilian Rainbow Boa normal can be misleading. These snakes are anything but normal looking. This simply means it's lacking any color morphs. Our Normal Brazilian Rainbow Boas have been specially selected for vibrant colors and clean markings.

Hypomelanism is a recessive trait that reduces the dark pigments in Brazilian Rainbow Boas. This can result in the remaining color pigments appearing brighter and more brilliant than a normal animal without this genetic morph. The original Hypomelanistic Brazilian Rainbow Boas looked unique, but we plan on taking this a step further by outcross-breeding our Hypomelanistic Boas with the most beautiful normal BRBs. This will create Heterozygous for Hypomelanism, or more commonly referred to as Het Hypo Boas. Het Hypos carry the recessive gene for Hypomelanism but appear normal. From these Het Hypos, we'll produce full Hypomelanistic Rainbow Boas with unmatched color.

Anerythristic Brazilian Rainbow Boas lack red pigments. Anery BRBs are remarkable in their own right. However, we plan on combining Anerythristic and Hypomelanistic color morphs to produce Ghost Brazilian Rainbow Boas. This is a long term goal, but should be achieved in the coming years.

Moonlight Boas is also here as an educational resource. Detailed care sheets and articles will get you started down the path to understanding the needs and actions of your boa. Our goal is to provide all the information you need to keep your snake healthy and happy, even before you take it home. Feel free to write us an email is you have any unanswered questions.





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Email Us
MoonlightBoas@gmail.com