Actualy there are 5 ssp. of A. sagrei. (A. s. sagrei, A. s. ordinatus, A. s. greyi, A. s. luteosignifer and A. s. nelsonii). Only two has een introduced to Florida, A. s. sagrei, the Cuban ssp. wich is the most colorfull, and the Bahaman, A. s. ordinatus, wich is not that colorfull. Probably those two species has mixed up and formed the Floridan morph of A. sagrei. Only LEE (1985) has studied differant populations and haven't find any clue that those two ssp. has mixd up, and that we have to deal with the nominate A. s. sagrei.