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Posted by: James Wilson at Tue Nov 23 09:18:42 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by James Wilson ]  
   

I will say that there are unicolor Rosy Boas found around Otay and Barrett Lakes in San Diego County, and in other areas in Southern California. They can easily be mistaken for a rubber boa. You might find it amusing to have a look at the National Autobon Society's Field Guide to California. In it (on page 259) they have a unicolored Rosy Boa pictured as a Rubber Boa. Basically, if (and I stress IF) you made this mistake, you would not be the first. I should also mention that in the "National Autobon Society's Field Guide to North American Reptiles and Amphibians" they did not make that error, and they actually got it right.


   

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