Bromeliad Boa, Panamanian dwarf boa (Ungaliophis panamensis). Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica.

(Source: sagittariidae)


Posted on Friday, August 2nd at 01:50PM with 95 notes

tagged as: boa, bromeliad boa, dwarf boa, iridescence, snake, reptile,
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