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is this like the most southern range for rubber boas?....

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Posted by: herpsaremylife at Mon Nov 22 13:50:16 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by herpsaremylife ]  
   

my dad was camping in anza-borago national park, in sandiego last weekend. they were hiking in rocky areas around a place called fish creek road. they found a dead rubber boa, which had been dead for some time. it looked like its middle was crushed my a rock, or shot. it was preserved pretty well, but unfortunatly, he left it there. well, at first he thought it was a rosi boa, because thats theonly one he heard of from me. i thought from his description of where he found it, it probly was too. ya know, caught sunning in the rocks early morning by some jerk and killed. then he said it had no stripes and was brown colored. i showed him a pic of a rubber boa and he said thats what it was. is this their most southern rang? he said it was a foot long. could it be one of the dwarf sub-species? nick.
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