Oh no, I hope that's not the case. I can't tell for certain. Need to see some closer photos of the bottom-side of the leaves. Along with the speckling, top picture has some of the bottom showing and there does appear to be something going-on there.
@oleskool830, could you give us some close-ups on some of the leaf undersides?
edit: Ok, I see some webbing now. Second photo, lower leaf. Yea, I agree it looks like mites of some type. Oleskool, you might want to hit these plants hard. Sooner than later. The plants appear relatively early into flower so you might be able to get away with a multi-day alternating attack using something like green cleaner / azamax / water spray.
Different folk have had different success with differing protocols. It's rough on the plant but here is what I've done in early flower to control two spotted mites:
1) Lights out day1: Green cleaner with a salon (fine) mister, thorough application on all plant matter top and bottom of leaves, top soil, etc.
2) Lights out day2: Azamax combined with rosemary oil, all plant matter, top soil, etc.
4) Lights out day 4: Azamax, all plant matter.
5) Lights out day5: Green cleaner, all plant matter.
6) Scope plant for effectiveness. Eggs should have turned black, nymphs and adults dead. Look for anything protected under webbing.
7) Day 7, rinse all plant matter with tap water spray. Rinse off webbing, dead mites/egg, residual oils/azadiractin. Support branches while spraying with water. Be certain there is good airflow afterwards.
8) Careful observation over the next several days. Remove leaves where there appears renewed activity. Clean area near plants.
I didn't like it but it was effective for my case. Will damage leaves to some extent. Neem may be an alternative to the synthetic Azamax. I wouldn't do this much later in flower.
Others may have some opinions or thoughts on how to attack this problem, as well.