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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Bogertophis is a genus of New World rat snakes found in the southwestern United States and into northern Mexico. There are two accepted species. The genus is named in honor of the American herpetologist, Charles Mitchill Bogert.Bogertophis are long, slender snakes, with large eyes that have round pupils. They can attain lengths of 1.4m. B. rosaliae is more variable in color, found in shades of tan, red, orange or brown. B. subocularis is almost universally tan in color with interconnected black blotches on the back and two black stripes down the neck. There is an isolated locality of B. subocularis where they are found with a light yellow coloration that are called termed a 'blonde' variant, and there is also an almost white coloration, that is sometimes referred to as the 'silver' variashow more

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  • Paperback | 84 pages
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