Western Mexico, up through west coast of United States, southern Sonoran, south through Michoacan and Guerrero.
Dry, coastal cactus (thorn) forest; rocky areas and canyons.
Keeled scales, color may be pale brown, pale grayish-green or pale green with dark diamond and triangular blotches. Triangles are edged in white, sometimes with terra-cotta specks. Lifespan is 10 - 20 years depending on size and species.
Fourteen inch young are born alive.
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This animal is not currently in Hogle Zoo inventory.
|Length:||Nearly 7 ft., with the average being 4 - 5 ft.|
|Wild Diet:||Mammals, birds, and lizards.|
|USFWS Status:||Not Listed|
|CITES Status:||Not Listed|