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|Brazilian rainbow boa, E. c. cenchria|
|Species||Taxon author||Subsp.*||Common name||Geographic range|
|E. angulifer||Bibron, 1840||0||Cuban boa||Cuba and adjacent islands, including Isla de la Juventud, the Archipiélago de los Canarreos (Cayo Cantiles), the Archipiélago de los Colorados off the northern coast of Pinar del Río, the Archipiélago de Sabana-Camagüey (Cayo Guajaba and Cayo Sant María). Also found in the Bahamas.|
|E. cenchriaT||(Linnaeus, 1758)||8||Rainbow boa||Lower Central America in Costa Rica and Panama. South America east of the Andes in Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and northern Argentina (in the provinces of Chaco, Córdoba, Corrientes, Formosa, Salta, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán).|
|E. chrysogaster||(Cope, 1871)||2||Turks & Caicos Island boa||West Indies, including the Turks Islands (Grand Turk Island uncertain), the Caicos Islands (Middle Caicos, North Caicos, Big Ambergris Cay, Little Ambergris Cay and Long Cay) and likely other parts of the Turks and Caicos Islands. The Bahamas, including Acklins and Crooked Islands, Great Inagua Island and Sheep Cay.|
|E. exsul||Netting & Goin, 1944||0||Abaco Island boa||The Bahamas: Grand Bahama Island and Great Abaco Island, including Elbow Cay and Little Abaco Island.|
|E. fordii||(Günther, 1861)||2||Haitian ground boa||Hispaniola and adjacent islands, including Île de la Gonâve, Isla Saona and Île à Cabrit.|
|E. gracilis||(Fischer, 1888)||1||Haitian tree boa||Hispaniola, north of the Cul de Sac. According to Sheplan & Schwart (1974), on the Valle de Neiba plain.|
|E. inornatus||(Reinhardt, 1843)||0||Puerto Rican boa||Puerto Rico.|
|E. monensis||Zenneck, 1898||1||Mona boa||West Indies: Mona Island and Cayo Diablo near Puerto Rico. The U.S. and British Virgin Islands: St. Thomas, Tortola, Great Camanoe, Necker and Virgin Gorda.|
|E. striatus||(Fischer, 1856)||7||Hispaniolan boa||Hispaniola and adjacent islands, including Île de la Tortue, Isla Saona and Île à Vache. The Bahamas: Andros Island, Berry Island (including Chub Cay and Great Harbour Cay), Booby Cay (near onception Island), Cat Island (including Alligator Cay). The Bimini Islands, including East Bimini Island, Easter Cay, North Bimini Island and South Bimini Island. Eleuthera and Long Island. The Exuma Cays, including Compass Cay and Great Exuma Island. New Providence Island, including Rose Island. Ragged Island, including Margaret Cay and Little Ragged Cay.|
|E. subflavus||Stejneger, 1901||0||Jamaican boa||Jamaica, including Goat Island.|
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