(papers will be posted when available)
1) M.boeleni Ecdysis for DNA Research was submitted in 2006 to the American Museum of Natural History, New York by A. Flagle for DNA variations of numerous unrelated specimens.
2) Genetic and biological recognition of locality specific M.boeleni : Ari has been activity pursuing his theory of the possibility of genetic and biological recognition of locally specific M.boeleni since early 2006. This theory could possibly be beneficial in the successful reproduction of the species. This research has been assisted by T. Mendelson.
3) The University of Central Arkansas: A combination of field and lab based studies on M. kinghorni and M. boeleni with special focus on the reproductive systems and mating patterns of pythons from the genus Morelia.
4) 2010 UV study with DR Gary Furgasen
5) U.V study involved with DR. GARY FERGUSON concerning the benefits of Morelia boeleni requiring ultraviolet light exposure. 2010- Currentamerican museum of natural history new york, biological recognition, reproductive systems, university of central arkansas