4'' B.hamorii female?
Can any expert confirm that this B.hamorii is a female? Thank you!
Turn the molt around and show the inside of it. Looks female from this view but if you see a flap that looks like a oval with thow hill like projections underneath, that's female 100%
 
@Teds ts and Inverts what's giving away it being female? I would have guessed male since I can't see the brown dots indicating spermathecae? (Not questioning or anything just genuinely curious since I'm kinda a beginner)
 

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Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
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