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Rubber boa

Charina bottae


The light colored skin (scales) indicate this is a juvenile Rubber boa. About 1.5 ft. in length.


Spotted under a log in a pine and fir dominate forest. 2200 ft. elev.

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Brian38 6 years ago

Thanks Polilla.

Brian38 6 years ago

Thanks Jim.

Jim Nelson
Jim Nelson 6 years ago looks like a worm. Nice spotting, Brian!

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Ellensburg, Washington, United States

Spotted on Jun 29, 2017
Submitted on Jul 7, 2017

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