Latest Corallus hortulanus Stories

2015-02-03 23:02:47

Prior to moving into their new habitat, the three snakes were living in the Zoo’s Veterinary Hospital for several months, after being illegally imported into the Port of Miami. Oakland,

2008-12-13 05:53:25

Police in Alabama say that the person who removed 22 tree boa snakes from a garden shed was simply concerned about the welfare of the reptiles. Jacob Brooks of Prallville, Ala., filed a theft report when he returned home and found his pets missing, the Montgomery Advertiser reported.

Latest Corallus hortulanus Reference Libraries

2007-02-21 10:27:38

The Amazon Tree Boa, Corallus hortulanus, is a close relative to the Emerald Tree Boa and has been known to hybridize with them in captivity. They are found throughout South America, typically in regions below 300 meters (985 feet). These snakes generally have two color phases, which are genetically inherited. The "˜garden' phase refers to boas with drab coloration, mostly brown or olive, with varied patterning. The "˜colored' phase refers to snakes with combinations of red, orange, and...

2007-02-21 10:19:06

The Emerald Tree Boa, Corallus caninus, is a species of green snake that lives in the rainforests of South America. It is found in the countries of Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, French Guiana, Guyana, and Surinam. It prefers living in close proximity to large bodies of water, such as swamps, marshes, and rivers within the rainforest. The Emerald Tree Boa grows to an average of 6 feet, but in some areas is capable of reaching lengths of 7 - 9 feet. It is typically a...

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