Another female. You're on a roll... although that doesn't look like the Pamphobeteus sp. "Platyomma" spermatheca I've seen. The 'antennae' are usually set further apart, and the base is usually a bit wider. What's the size of this specimen?
@EulersK roughly 3 in. I bought her from Fear Not Tarantulas in March I believe. That's why I was guessing male. I could see the outline of the spermathacae, but it looked flat to me and didn't look like any P platyomma genitalia I'd seen. Any other guesses as to the species?
@EulersK I asked a second opinion on my instagram, and someone told me that if she is female, she might be machalla instead of platyomma. I looked up their spermathaca and it looks like that could be it.