I played with carbon tetrapods described in the Diudea and Nagy's book last weekend and discovered quite accidentally that it is possible to make another type of hyperbolic "buckyball" with neighbored nonhexagons separated by only one CC bond. Particularly, all nonhexagons in this structure are octagons. So this one is different from another hyperbolic "buckyball" made of heptagons and hexagons, or simply heptagonal buckyball. The skeleton of this structure is the same as the heptagonal "buckyball". But each unit cell, which consists of two connected tetrapods, has 96 carbon atoms. I am not sure if people have mentioned this kind of hyperbolic "buckyball" or not.
Heptagonal "buckyball", C168 (This model was given to Prof. Sonoda as a gift when I was invited to Japan for a series of talks and workshops.):
Octagonal "buckyball", C96: