@viper69 Jose "@Exoskeleton Invertebrates" had commented on an older photo of the specimen I had put up concluding it was a hybrid of the two. I figured he would be a lot more knowledgeable about what a hybrid based on his own experience would look like.
@Flexzone True enough he would. It certainly looks different, and initially I thought either photoshopped colors or hybrid. It's a beautiful T. If it's last two right rear legs were out like the left side, it'd be truly perfect pic w/the classic T stance we all know about. However, the colors pop really well, esp against the dark ground. Nice job.
How did you discover this is a hybrid? What characteristics should I be looking at? I have (what I believe to be a B boehmei, sold to me as B emilia, which I knew was incorrect from the beginning) who is almost identical to the t in this picture. Now I'm thinking she may be a hybrid as well...
Sorry if this is a silly question, she's my first Brachypelma
@Paiige Read the posts above yours and you'll have the answer to your question If you are curious, the only way is to post a CLEAR pic like the one above, and even then, people may not be able to tell you.