Not really.B.hamorii and B.smithi are the same, they were thought to be different species but they are actullay the same and it is now known as the B.hamorii
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Thanks I was a little confused about wether or not it was trueNot really.
I have read that article and it is interesting. According to the article, there are still two species. The B. smithi is not simply the B. hamorii and they are not one in the same. They are two separate species from two separate regions of Mexico. However, there was confusion as to which was which and what was being sold as the B. smithi was actually the B. hamorii.
Yeah for someone new to the hobby (me) it's super confusing. Taxonmy in general is confusing to me haha. This thread helped me to understand a little better. https://arachnoboards.com/threads/b-hamorii-vs-b-smithi.319678/Thanks I was a little confused about wether or not it was true