Corallus Ruschenbergerii

English name: Caribbean Coastal Treeboa

English name: Black tail Treeboa

Corallus Ruschenbergerii

Distribution

SW Costa Rica, Panama (including Isla del Rey, Isla Contadora, Isla de Cébaco, Isla Suscantupu), Colombia (east of the Andes and north of the cordilleras Central and Oriental), N Venezuela (north of the Cordillera de Mérida and in the drainage of the Río Orinoco, north and west of the Guiana Shield, east to the Orinoco delta, Trujilllo ; Cojedes, Isla Margarita; Trinidad, Tobago)

Overview
They can occur in the colors brown, yellow and gray with a dark spot pattern over themselves. At night some of my animals  change there colors to a dull green. The scales are larger than the scales from the Corallus Hortulanus.

Size
They are one of the larger corallus with a average size 1,8 -2,5 meter

Legislation: The Ruschenbergerii falls under CITES II, to own this snake you need CITES import papers when it's wild caught or you need for captive bred animals a certificate of origin from the breeder. You should get this when you buy the animal.

CRUS20HW-01
Corallus Hortulanus Male

CRUS20HW-01

Born: 2020
Sex: male
Breeder: Hendrik Wassenaar

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Corallus Hortulanus Female

CRUS20HW-02

Born: 2020
Sex: female
Breeder: Hendrik Wassenaar

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Corallus Hortulanus Male

CRUS20HW-03

Born: 2020
Sex: male
Breeder: Hendrik Wassenaar

Special thanks

Hendrik Wassenaar for his captive bred (CB) animals. 

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