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One appears to be E. whitakeri......

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Posted by: Kelly_Haller at Wed Jun 30 22:04:30 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Kelly_Haller ]  
   

in that YouTube video. The red sand boa on the left is most likely Eryx whitakeri. It is showing too much red in the background color to be E. conicus. The right one is lighter and looks to be conicus. They are both very large and close to the maximum size for the species. Thanks for the video link.

Kelly


   

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