Definition of Charina bottae
1. Noun. Boa of grasslands and woodlands of western North America; looks and feels like rubber with tail and head of similar shape.
Generic synonyms: Boa
Group relationships: Charina, Genus Charina
Lexicographical Neighbors of Charina Bottae
Literary usage of Charina bottae
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A New Genus and Species of Grasshopper from California by Morgan Hebard (1920)
"charina bottae utahensis, new subspecies Diagnosis.—Similar to charina bottae bottae but with scales in only 41 rows. ..."
2. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1920)
"... from the latter region has only 41 rows, it seems best to describe the Utah snakes as a subspecies. charina bottae utahensis, new subspecies Diagnosis. ..."
3. Fauna of the Type Tejon: Its Relation to the Cowlitz Phase of the Tejon by Roy Ernest Dickerson (1915)
"charina bottae (Blainville). We have seven of these boas from Utah. No. 38421 was found in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mts., Wasatch County, June 28, ..."
4. Notes on a Fauna of the Vigo Group and Its Bearing on the Evolution of by Roy Ernest Dickerson (1921)
"charina bottae utahensis Van Denburgh Two specimens from Blue Lake and Hood's Valley. Kootenai County, in the collection of Stanford University have been ..."