I would think that all the plants shown in this thread are hybrids. If you don't prevent pollinating insects from entering into your collection, you will get hybridization, especially in a collection of many mammillarias.
I once had one M. zublerae (gift from a friend in England) and found fruits on it about 10 years ago. M. zublerae is not self-fertile and the plants which came from this seed were a real mix. I posted the photos in the past and recently I took photos of the plants from the next generation. I will post them in my old 'zublerae hybrids' subject, so you can see how variable these hybrids are (probably hybrids with carmenae and laui which stood nearby that single zublerae).
Nowadays, pollinating insects cannot enter my greenhouses anymore and this zublerae has never produced fruits since then.
Wolter ten Hoeve.