Yasir,Phoenix palms hybridize freely so I would have to identify each of them as Pigmys. The one on the left is more likely true to habitat.I don't know anyone who could say exactly what the parentage is on either. They are each nice palms,and your lucky to have purchases 2 pigmys with nice variations. Lance
I don't even think those have to be hybrids... there is plenty of latitude within a species for that much and quite a bit more variation. The 'true' Phoenix roebelleniis are suckering palms, so all these solitary plants in cultvation are grown from some aberrant forms selected for many many years ago... So there is far more variation just within this species that is displayed in those photos.