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hiya, was just wondering if i could get your opinions on a rough price for..

Normal Redtail
Guyana Redtail
Suriname Redtail

just want to make sure i dont get ripped off...

also how can you tell which type of redtail it is and indeed if it is a redtail? i think its something to do with number of saddles? pic examples would be a great help here! thanks in advance :)
 

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By normal red tail do you mean common boas? And the other two you mentioned are i think now accepted as being the exact same, in the wild the areas they are found overlap or something. Others would be peruvian, brazilian etc.....

But for an '07 suriname around £200 plus
 

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Suriname and guyana.

No real difference.

In the pet trade though the darker ones are guyanans and the brighter, greyer ones are surinames. Georaphically though there is niot that much of a difference and nothing keeping them in disinct groups.

Both varieties are equally awesoem in their own right.

I'd happily pay £300 for a good female hatching and £150-250 for a good male depending on size.

Saw some go *REAL* cheap at rodbaston, decent sizes too.

All i'll say is Damn you CaseyM, even though you can't read this.. Damn you ;)

Mason
 
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