Method of Inheritance: Co Dominant
Appearance: Increased black pigment
baby-black-devil-boa-img-boa (increased melanin gene) is a Boa which comes from the Spanish word meaning “jet black”.
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baby-black-devil-boa-img-boa, Colombian Boa morph was first produced from a litter of normal looking Boas and proved to be genetic by Peter Kahl in 2007.baby-black-devil-boa-img-boa are born looking similar to normal Boas but with a slightly increased amount of black pigment. This melanistic appearance gradually increases as they mature until they are almost solid black. Some develop rainbow colors.https://www.google.com/search?sxsrf=AOaemvJN-aoDFsly4-8UJpGCcw4tqR-f-Q:1639569385226&q=Black+Devil+Boa+for+sale&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjUr6n23-X0AhXKPsAKHbr0AGsQ1QJ6BAgcEAE&biw=1366&bih=600&dpr=1
I see pictures on morph market of IMG babies. Boas are beautiful and as they grow, they become more adorable, but those snakes are incredibly expensive, and out of the price range of the average prospective snake owner. Does anyone have pictures of what an adult IMG (no other genes) typically looks like? I understand that they darken as they age, and that there’s individual variation between specimens, but I’m interested to know just how dark they actually get at full size.