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Rosy boa

The rosy boa (Lichanura trivirgata) is a snake species in the boa family. It is one of only two boa family species native to the United States, the other being the rubber boa (Charina bottae). The rosy boa is native to the American Southwest and Baja California and Sonora in Mexico.

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My rosy, Paragon

I have had Paragon for over 4 years now. She is an Arizona locale and I am thinking of breeding her next year.

Contributed by Felicia Nicole McCoy

I have a Rosy Boa named Paragon, this was taken almost 2 years ago when I had only had her for about a month. She has grown a lot chubbier since then.

Contributed by Felicia Nicole McCoy

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