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smithi - hamorii - hybrid?

Discussion in 'Brachypelma' started by Phil, Jul 27, 2019.

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smithi - hamorii - hybrid?

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  1. Phil

    Phil Well-Known Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    @Arachnoclown, @T-Baby, @KezyGLA, @Casey K, ..would appreciate all your views as well as everyone else naturally :)
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    It has resemblance to both, perhaps a hybrid?
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    ilovebrachys Well-Known Member

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    I think it looks more Hamorii to me- likely a hybrid? but what do I know lol:D:p
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    I think it’s just a weird looking hamorii lol
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    Whatever it is, it is one good-looking T!!!
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    It looks pretty much like my B hamorii. Here's a comparison.

    B hamorii Samaria settles in 2.jpg B hamorii Samaria likes moss 3.jpg

    Note: It turns out that he's male, but still awesome. It was sold to me as B smithi, which was it's name when it was purchased by the previous owner.