Brachypelma Albo "Hybrid" ID
I have future plans to breed this girl, and I just wanna hear someone's opinion on whether if she's possibly a hybrid. She looks like a Nicaraguan to me, but a second opinion wouldn't hurt.
Nicaraguan for sure

@Goopyguy56 That's not Honduran at all. It's an obvious Nicaraguan. Compare to my Honduran down below and see a difference
Honduran Curly Hair (Notice the lack of setae in the front legs compared to my Nicaraguan)

Nicaraguan Curly Hair
 
@Liquifin is correct, the Honduran sp. is a darker brown on the carapace with less setae covering the body, while the Nicaraguan sp. are a bit more fuzzy, and are notorious for their long and fluffy appearance thanks to their whiteish setae.
 
@Androxian that also threw me off when I first got her lol. like I could tell she was a Nicaraguan, but when I googled them and other's look so much more fluffier. I was like wtf!? XD
 
@Wesley Barnum Breeding is easier than dealing with actual 400+ slings, but if you can spend hours trying to feed and sell them then the choice is yours. But yea, no problem and I can assure you it's Nicaraguan.

@SkittleBunny bred them and so have I.

My slings for reference if you plan to breed them. But beware, this consumes a lot of time and money.
 

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