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WEC297: Florida Invader: Common Boa

Figure 3. The common boa's body is marked down the back and sides with tan ovals. Toward the tail, the saddle-like ovals become narrow bands separated by reddish saddles. For obvious reasons, the common boa is sometimes also known as the red-tailed boa.

Credit: Photo from the Wikimedia Project; Illustration by Monica E. McGarrity, University of Florida, 2010