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Species page for: Madagascan Tree Boa (sp Sanzinia)


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A brief snippet about Madagascan Tree Boa (sp Sanzinia)

A brief introduction to the species will be inserted here ..... coming soon! In the interim we have a number of links on the species, listed on this page.

 




 
Natural Habitat
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The Madagascar tree boa is classified as Vulnerable (VU A1cd) on the IUCN Red List 2003 (1) and is listed on Appendix I of CITES (3).


 
Captive Care
Madagascar Tree Boa (Sanzinia) - Care sheet - arborealsetc.com

This caresheet is for the Madagascar Tree Boa or Sanzinia. I'll cover the general husbandry that I've used and the breeding strategy employed for successful reproduction. This is not intended as the final word on care and breeding of Sanzinia. I got my original breeding pair of Mandarin Phase Sanzinia in late 1998, a second male in late 1999 and a small female in early 2001. They were all adults or young adults so I don't have any experience raising the babies to adulthood. My 2 pair have produced 4 clutches of babies in the past 4 years. I also have a pair of Green Phase Sanzinia adults that I hope to have success with soon.

Madagascar Tree Boas by By Douglas Taylor

This caresheet is for the Mandarin Phase/Western subspecies of the Madagascar Tree Boa or Sanzinia. I'll cover the general husbandry that I've used and the breeding strategy employed for successful reproduction. This is not intended as the final word on care and breeding of Sanzinia. This caresheet is based on my experience with the 2.2 that I have and the clutches of babies they have produced for me. It may be better called a “report” than a “caresheet”. I got my original breeding pair in late 1998, a second male in late 1999 and a small female in early 2001. They were all adults or young adults so I don't have any experience raising the babies to adulthood.


 
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Ectothermics - Sanzinia madagascariensis

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to home on the World Wide Web. We are a boid breeding facility located on the West Coast of Florida. There has been much hard work and deliberation placed into selecting and cultivating our collection. We offer over thirty years combined experience in reptiles, specializing in Central and South American boas and Indonesian green tree pythons. Our main focus is maintaining and breeding locality specific animals, with special projects that include varieties of Madagascan boas, several subspecies of Corallus,a few select African and Australian pythons and most recently a few color mutations or "designers".

Rancho de las Tortugas - Alpine, CA

UK Pythons and Boas - Sanzinia madagascariensis

Madagascar Tree Boa - Sanzinia madagascariensis These medium size boas originate from across Madagascar with the exception of the extreme southwest. There are 2 colour variations. Prevalent mainly in the eastern half of the range is the green form which tends to be about two thirds of the size of the mandarin form which is brown and yellowish and occurs in some parts of the western side of the range. >> learn more <<

prehistoricpets.com


 
Pictures
Madagascar Tree Boa - dorka.de

Madagascar Tree Boa (Sanzinia madagascariensis)

Madagascar Tree Boa (Sanzinia madagascariensis)

Nick Garbutt wildlife photographer

Madagascar tree boa - animaldetective.com

Madagascar tree boas - Eastern Indigo.com

photos of some of our mandarin phase breeders and babies

Madagascan Tree Boa (sp Sanzinia) Nicks Reptiles - Spain - Pics of Sanzinia madagascarensis

This site contains photographs of my collection of boas, pythons and colubrids. I have been based in Spain for 5 years, and have been keeping and breeding snakes for over 30 years. Any animals I have for sale are found under 'surplus'.

 

Wild Madagascar.org


 
More Info.
CITES info and Pics

Common name: Madagascar Tree Boa Scientific name: Sanzinia madagascariensis Distribution: Madagascar CITES listing: Appendix I (04/02/77) Photo: © Franco Andreone [www.francoandreone.it]

Climatic Data of Madagascar

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Madagascar Tree Boas & Dumeril's Boa - John Hollister

The Sanzinia are one of three boas found in Madagascar, the other two being in the genus Acrantophis. They are a medium sized snake. Adults are usually about five feet, but lengths of eight feet have been reported. I was fortunate to recently acquire a pair of unrelated three year old Sanzinia. The female is greenish, while the male is more gray with a greenish tinge. They change colors somewhat. In these pictures the snakes are somewhat darker than normal. This is probably mostly temperature related, but mood could play a part in the color change.

Welcome to our Madagascar Tree Boa page. - Dark Grove Reptiles


 
Other Info.
Wild Madagascar.org - Madagascar tree boa


 

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