Thank you!First off, it looks black. Would need another shot at a different angle. My T cyan, always appears blue no matter what point, fresh/soon to molt etc. The docile nature is rather interesting though as there are so FEW Ts like that. Does it raise it's abdomen up in the air like T cyan may do for defense hahah I do somewhat of what might be blue tint, but nothing remotely like T cyan. Keep us posted though as it gets larger. You have a mystery T for now. H sp blue femur is often passed off as T cyan by people who are sketchy, or don't know anything. The H sp blue femur I owned was more blue as well, but who knows. You have a great T.