1 3/4" P regalis m/f?
Best picture I have. Light was shined from the face of the tarantula if that helps
Hopefully I can get a good molt. My bigger one keeps chewing it's own molts up. I've also posted a ventral shot of that one.
 
@ajremus88 At this size you're probably not going to see anything regardless - I didn't see any presence of spermathecae with my female until she was almost 4".

Give the sling a few more molts, but if you notice that round lighter patch in the center on the upper lip of the furrow, that would indicate male. Again, your specimen is really small, but it's generally a very reliable method to sex Poecilotheria. Females will not have that "dot".
 

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