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Princess Diamond:  BCI

UPDATE: You will not understand the Video untill you read the Full Blog.    https://stonereptiles.wordpress.com/2016/08/03/retort-from-stone-2/

In 2005 I got a Special Call from a friend.   This was the most amazing Boa Constrictor I have ever laid my eyes on, and we quietly worked out negotiations to obtain the animal. I felt my princess Diamond project could be complete.  Since this time, very few people even knew of the existence, and a few US Breeders helped me keep my project quiet so I could establish it for breeding.    We do not believe the rumors of Sub Species that are attached as this is an EMPEROR PROJECT. A Boa Constrictor Imperator Project.

 Diamond is unique because this one of the few Exotic White Reptiles that has a Diamond shaped head without pits.  Unlike many of the White Exotic Reptiles, you will notice a big difference in the head.  Diamond has a Jet Black eye with a red pupil.   He also has a few scales of pigment through his body similar to many other white animals.   You can see all the muscles in the body because of the pure white skin and no pattern.   This is the most incredible snake I have ever seen. In all the years I have been breeding snakes, I have never worked with a Boa Constrictor as captivating as my male we call "Diamond". This was a once in a Lifetime opportunity for me as an avid collector.  I feel very fortunate to be able to work and produce babies from such a fascinating animal.

History: In 2009 we attempted to breed Male Diamond with No luck. He was just getting started with not much action to the females I selected, and we did not produce from him.   In 2010 we were very fortunate to be able to produce a handful of babies.  The babies are quite unique and very pretty.  They have a special look.  I would not show off the project until I felt secure with babies.  

There have been, rumors of different white animals.  I could only confirm one that was a beautiful BCC female in a foreign nation. There are two confirmed sightings, and both are different snakes according to eye witnesses.  Rio Animal by Globomundo, and a separate film crew has varified this.  I had great interest in the other Female Boa knowing that I had a male. However, I believe they would be incompatible, and the health and availability of that animal "female" was always in question.  BCI do not exist there. I have kept my eye out since 2006 and sorted through many animals that had different looks.  Up to this point, I have yet to see anything close, and I doubt I ever will. I have been able to identify genetic "Markers".  Aditional sightings of two white boas in Central America have been reported. Many have the same markings and Phenotype characteristics of this project. However,  I am confident breeders around the world will have to prove them to be compatible to make a Super Fire Diamond.  I felt they looked like Albinos.  They may or May not be a True Super Fire that is proven to be healthy into adulthood like the boa I refer to as "Diamond".  

In 2014 we did prove seperate, a Central American CA Fire Diamond to be compatible and genetic.   It was not linked to the Two I felt were albinos but had visual characteristic that are unique. We will refer to them as CA Fire Diamonds. This is why I can feel confident in saying that the Princess Diamond Project is here to stay.  (They are similar to the Tiger Boa, but you need to prove them compatible to call them CA Fire Diamonds)

AVAILABLITY: We will have limited availability in 2011, and we will release a few updates from time to time. Due to the rarity of Princess Diamond project.   In a few years I hope to travel and show people a live version of a “Princess Diamond” baby white Boa.  This is the best project I have ever worked with.  The PD project has helped me stay positive in a down Boa Market the past few years.   I have a strong passion in breeding for the ultimate Designer Boa Constrictor…  Contact us DIRECTLY, if you are interested in finding out more about the project availability list.

Name  Princess Diamond.  UPDATE:  2013:  Diamond was retired from Breeding in 2012 and will no longer produce any direct offspring. 
Why the name Princess Diamond for a white Boa?  The Name has personal meaning to our family and business.  We will refer to this project as the Princess Diamond Project. A  "white Snake female" Did pass away, and I can confirm this.   We also call the project "Princess Diamond ” out of respect.

 As of 2013, a male will be referred to as an  EMPEROR DIAMOND. The male you see here is named DIAMOND!! He is part of the Princess Diamond Project.  We will give another update in August of 2015 with a few Surprises. 

 A language barrier exists between many countries.  Some third world countries call any special snake a "COBRA", "PRINCESS", "QUEEN", or "KING"   etc.., regardless of the Sub species or Snake. The name Nascimento does not apply to this project. That story is one of the Rumors you may hear.   Henceforth, we kept the name "Princess"  as part of a project because I do like the name Princess Diamond for the project in general.  

I hope you enjoy the Diamond, a Super FIRE Boa.  A Female Super Fire Boa is "PRINCESS DIAMOND".  A Male is an "Emperor Diamond" Phenotypes will have a "FIRE DIAMOND" to the visual genetic maker.  This project has been proven to be genetic using BCI Bloodlines. We have never bred any BCC bloodlines to this lineage to see if they are also compatible.  There has been a BCC morph project that genetically acts similar to the hundreds of Morphs and Mutations in the BCI projects. The Mystery and genetic combinations are endless all over the World.  Enjoy the PRINCESS DIAMOND PROJECT! This is not a Genetic Recessive Project.

This is only one of many projects that we hope will revolutionize the Boa World. To end confusion with "possible Dominant" or "Pastel Dream" Boa constrictors that are reffered to as "PD", we will no longer use the term "PD".  This is only a special project to a few people.  We are talking about a snake that could NOT exist in the wild here.  This is only special to collectors of A PET SNAKE.  It helps prove the theory that Breeders use captive reproduction of animals that could not THRIVE in the wild. The Boa Constrictor is NOT an Invasive Species to to the United States of America, and the Diamond is a Classic example of this.  Imports are on the Decline, and we don't need the genetic intellect of other nations.  The Diamond Project is one we hold dear as an avid collector and breeder of the Best snake on the Planet.   THE BOA CONSTRICTOR!!!!   Never stop Believing in your Dreams......


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Cleaning out the Baby Room
Cleaning out the Baby Room
Josh 5 years ago
Picture of Josh 5 years ago. He has changed a lot in the past few years with all the family adoption stress he has had to deal with.
Jeremy Stone and Mary Alice Hatch
Jeremy Stone & Mary Alice Hatch

I have been very busy the past few weeks with Travel. I have been trying to keep the site updated, but we are doing so much integration with Social Networking that our page will keep changing. I’ll be doing a different format for Jeremy’s Journal, and I’ll be video blogging more, but I’ll keep the Journal updated with still pictures, interesting information going on, and updates on the Laws. The S373 and HS 669 have consumed a lot of time for many that want to save the rights of Reptile keepers. I believe that with the new Social Media technology and with people getting involved into organizations such as USARK, we can be a lot more effective. I want to thank all the people who helped us get letters out to congress. Right now, it is out of the legislators' hands. To see where this is, please visit USARK for updates. It is very important.

This week I had an old friend stop by. Mary Alice and her husband have been good friends of my family. They moved away from Utah and live in the East Coast, but we have stayed in touch. Jess has a father who is a US Senator, and Mary Alice came by to say hi to our Family. She was concerned to see a friend have their business effected, and has offered to help in the cause with out getting too involved. This is a VERY RARE site to see her with a Snake. She actually dared to come tour the facility and see the animals. She offered a Great help to me with letters directly to people in position to help everyone get more informed. I am very thankful to have good friends like them. Thanks M.A.

I had to go to California for some Contracting work this week. I was able to visit a friend who has an INCREDIBLE boa collection. It is amazing how many incredible collections of Boa morphs there are out there without many people seeing some of the best animals. I hope to try to change that and show some of the Best Boas on the planet through my Gallery site. I have many old pictures to sift through and change up the site.

As many of you can see we are integrated into youtube, facebook, and other sites. Many will question what the heck we are doing with Bugs the Volunteer. He is just a volunteer and an old friend that comes and helps out with odd jobs. We rarely have him working in the animals. He loves all animals, but wouldn’t know the difference between a ball or a boa or a Gecko unless you told him. With Bugs coming 3 hours a week, we are fine on the help. Bugs is the type of person that will try anything, and he is like a little kids. That is what is so funny about the Bugs. If you don’t like the Videos, I’m ok with that. Bugs keeps us entertained, and since he is funny to us, we have decided to do fun Satire Clips. They are quite wild, and bring out a Funny personality in us all. I’m just trying to show that breeding and keeping snakes isn’t all that boring, you meet some of the most interesting and fun people on the planet. We are all different in some sort of way, and I do consider myself drawn to many of the great people in the animal community. We are normal people too with normal families, and normal lives. We just have some incredible passion for Reptiles and animals. So, I guess that makes us different.

The nice thing about having a larger facility is that there are many up and coming herpers who offer a lot of Volunteer time. This helps save with money in the times that we are in. Since I’m in a location I have to obey City ordinances, and not have a certain amount of people at the place at one time. I don’t want to cause any riff with the city because I absolutely LOVE living in Lindon Utah. Occasionally, I’ll find good help, but Volunteers are difficult because I have such a detailed collection that it takes too much time to explain. I have a lot of college kids that need some part time work, but Josh is in charge of all that, and he won’t allow anyone without proper experience. We stick with what works, Josh, Zack, Destini, Kara, and Myself can handle the collection. We have a lot of others that help out though, so I just wanted to say thanks to the Staff for holding down the fort while I have been in and out of town.

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