A. avicularia
Female. It is difficult to see, because the two spermathecae are laying down and pointing towards you, but they are definitely there. I have that problem all the time with Avicularia/Caribena. Their spermathecae is so long that they easily get bent over and are difficult to see.
I don't know how fresh that exuvia is, but when you let them dry out, the spermathecae often becomes darker and easier to spot.
 
Thank you! I was a little unsure as it looked male in person. That was fresh, I'll have another look at it when dries!
 

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