Morphologically it can be identified by checking smooth scales, dorsal clearly marked with asymmetrically arranged dark markings which often matches with Common Sand Boa.
New born- 18cm approx.
Average length- 50cm.
Maximum length- 78cm.
Body moderately stout, thick, robust and covered with smooth scales. Dorsal pale brown, olive mud green or whitish with broad and closely spaced asymmetrical marks of dark brown or dark olive mud green color which are lined by black. These markings remain interconnected on top. Light region bears smaller but prominent blotches on 1-6 rows which remain in touch with belly.
Belly yellowish and heavily marked with dark brown or blackish patches from neck to tail.
Head small, scarcely broader than neck; snout rounded. Top of the head similar to dorsal color. Two light stripes converge between eyes and posteriorly joins with another marking which is found on neck or nape. Upper lip color similar to belly. Eyes with vertically elliptical pupil. Nostrils and eyes at the upper level of head. Underside of head usually less marked with dark colors and more yellowish-white.
Rather short and thick tail ends with a pointed tip. Color darker than dorsal and usually patched with yellowish-white on black. Underside similarly darker than rest of belly and heavily marked with black.