Those seem to be much darker, it has a black abdomen and mine has an orangeish reddish one.Could be the flash, but I don't think its either. I thought about your last thread and I think I suggested my suspicions. I'd consider A. sp. kwitara over the 2 you've mentioned.
This is actually a misconception as well - it's ok to breed siblings.It sounds to me like you got mixed up with people saying, "don't breed them if they're from the same eggsac"
Ex. brother/ sister.
Additionally, with your lack of experience, breeding is a bad idea right now period. That is a lot slings you will have to house and feed and water. It would be a lot of work no doubt and one who is brand new to this shouldnt even attempt it.What are you going to do with all the slings if you aren't selling them? If you don't keep them then they will end up with other collectors. Chances are at that number, even one with be bred. Then the genus is even more messed because those slings won't be pure.
If i bought a hybrid thinking it was something else i would not be happy. How would you like to buy a pure bred dog and find out its a mutt? Same thing. Or if you found out your collectors car was a fake from japan?Yeah true I guess I would have too many, ok but lets say I did sell these hybrids. What is so bad about that? What if you tried to buy an Avic Avic and wound up with a hybrid, what does that change besides some codons?