I'm just posting this as a reference for others. To me ventrally it looked Male, but I have confirmed it to be 100% Female.
I don't have a pic of the spermathacae, but I confirmed her 100% female with the last two molts. This is the only B. vagans I have, so I couldn't have accidently mixed it up with a male. Also this is not the first time, I had a T that looks male ventrally, that is actually a female.willychon said:do you have a pic of spermatecae?? because it loos male for sure