Boa constrictor is in fact the Latin or binomial name itself. Boa constrictor is used so its poe it may sound weird but it is poe realy. Boa constrictor is in fact the Latin or binomial name itself. Boa constrictor is used so ubiquitously that one may think it is the common name. But the common name itself, which is hardly ever used, is the Common Boa. Boa constrictor comes from the Family Boidae of the Suborder Serpentes of the Order Squamata, also called Lepidosauria and the Class Reptilia of the animal kingdom and eukaryote domain. Boa constrictor is in fact the Latin or binomial name itself. Boa constrictor is used so ubiquitously that one may think it is the common name. But the common name itself, which is hardly ever used, is the Common Boa. Boa constrictor comes from the Family Boidae of the Suborder Serpentes of the Order Squamata, also called Lepidosauria and the Class Reptilia of the animal kingdom and eukaryote domain.
Boa constrictor imperator
Actually, Boa constrictor is the scientific name. In this case the common name and scientific name are the same.
Boa Constrictors belong to the Boa genus. The 'constrictor' part of the scientific name refers to the species. e.g. The Common Boa (Boa constrictor imperator) is classed as GENUS:Boa SPECIES: constrictor SUBSPECIES: imperator
the Boa Constrictor
The scientific name is exactly the same - Boa constrictor
It is exactly the same as its given name - Boa constrictor.
an odd question. I'll assume you're refering to the "common" boa, Boa Constrictor Imperator, from Colombia. Red tails are considered Boa Constrictor Constrictor and found in different countries. However, don't just look to subspecies to find differences, there is also wide variation within localities. Hog Island Boas, Corn Island Boas, and Nicaraguan are all BCI's from different places, and all very different. If you want other sub species, there are : Boa Constrictor amarali Boa Constrictor Constrictor Boa Constrictor imperator Boa Constrictor longicauda Boa Constrictor melanogaster Boa Constrictor nebulosus Boa Constrictor occidentalis Boa Constrictor orophias Boa Constrictor ortonii Boa Constrictor sabogae If you look at other boas, rosy's, Kenyan sand, rubber, rainbow, emerald tree (to name a few) you'll see that even though a species has the name of "boa" it's nothing like a boa constrictor. It would help if your question was more specific, what similarities are you looking for? Size? Temperment? Captive care? Boa constrictors are in the 'Boa' genus, which is part of the 'Boidae' snake family. So if you are vague about the simularities then any snake in this family are like a boa constrictor. Main types of snake in this family include: Constrictors; Boas; Anacondas and Pythons.
The boa constrictor is in a cage eating.
Yes a Boa constrictor is nocturnal
The BOA snake/constrictor is in the Grassland and the Rainforest
the boa constrictor chokes anmals.
Boa constrictor is a species of boa found in Central and South America.
A large snakeThe boa constrictor (snake) (Boa constrictor ssp.), red-tailed boa, jibÃ³ia (Latin American name) or macajuel (pronounced mah-cah-well) (Trinidadian name) is a species of boa. It represents a rare case of an animal having the same common and scientific name. Though all boa species are constrictors, in that they kill their prey by constriction, only one species is properly called a "boa constrictor."For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below.
how much would a baby boa constrictor cost
nothing because nothing eats a boa constrictor
The Boa Constrictor falls under the kingdom "Animalia".
It isn't. The Boa Constrictor isn't even endangered.
Since boa constrictor is a specific specie of snake, it shares the same spelling as in English: le boa constrictor
They are a constrictor - it says it in the name - so they don't have any venom at all.
Boa constrictor... Anaconda