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Pamphobeteus antinous

Blackdog

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Got this at a Con in March of 2023 from Asheville Wildside. Very happy with it and finally got a molt that was destroyed. Hope it can be seed. Thanks
 

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Heretic

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get a toothpick or something thin and see if you can find a flap of some kind between the two book lungs near the front. I'm not sure what its shaped like on your species, but it will be a fold or flap of some kind. This is the pouch the male places the sperm in. Since you are looking at it from the inside, it will be a flap, not an opening. No flap, its a male.
 

Blackdog

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get a toothpick or something thin and see if you can find a flap of some kind between the two book lungs near the front. I'm not sure what its shaped like on your species, but it will be a fold or flap of some kind. This is the pouch the male places the sperm in. Since you are looking at it from the inside, it will be a flap, not an opening. No flap, its a male.
Will do thanks for the tip. I work overnight then and afternoon later today so maybe early Saturday morning. Got the molt in some water to soften it
 

Blackdog

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get a toothpick or something thin and see if you can find a flap of some kind between the two book lungs near the front. I'm not sure what its shaped like on your species, but it will be a fold or flap of some kind. This is the pouch the male places the sperm in. Since you are looking at it from the inside, it will be a flap, not an opening. No flap, its a male.
No flap so I have a male . Thanks
 

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ta122

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It's difficult to see because it's not sclerotized, and it's still relatively small, but I've outlined the spermethecae.
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