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RE: sand boa species question.

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Posted by: keego73 at Thu Jun 24 19:39:41 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by keego73 ]  
   

For HappyHerps,
That was saying that the subspecies of "Kenyan" sand boas may or may not be subspecies or just one standardized species with different morphological genetics throughout ranges. "Kenyan" (East African) sand boas and Saharan (West African) sand boas are definitely different species. There is no question about that. "Kenyan" sand boa subspecies may never be completely be agreed upon, so long as people continue to think independently and keep pushing the edges of the box, we'll always have a new way to look at it.


   

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