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RE: Solomon Island Tree Boa Cohabitation?

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Posted by: budmonitor at Sun Oct 18 17:15:44 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by budmonitor ]  
   

Hi,

The first pic is definatly C.carinata and the second C.b.australis, I have a large mixed enclosure with female C.paulsoni and C.b.australis and have never had any issues, this is not so say you won't but the two you have are from different regions and require slightly different conditions.

Nice animals! Especially the australis, also I mix my C.carinata with my C.aspera and they go well together, there is always a chance with lots of sp. of snake that they could eat each other when housed together, not because they eat other snakes but because they are hungry and their feeding response takes over!

Cheers Matt
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1.2.23 C.b.australis
3.5 C.paulsoni
2.0 C.tasmai
2.1 C.aspera
2.1 C.carinata


   

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