Prior to having known localities, there was the use of designations of A, B, and C to describe and categorize the many different type forms of this species that were found on Grande Terre. The type "A" designation was probably used to describe what we now know as Yate, Poindimie, and Mt. Humbodlt locality animals. "B" was used to describe animals that were slightly smaller and more blotched and displayed heavier banding. "C" was used to describe a single pair of animals that is reportedly the largest growing and patterned. The original pair belonged to Phillip Tremper. Here we use type A to describe animals that are predominantly that are big and very little pattern or patternless but with no proven locality information. Many of the animals in our collection are produced from combinations of Yate, Poindimie, and Mt. Khogis animals.