A. Chalcodes
I remember. It did have a slight curve but no clear lip like she has now. It looked there were small male only hairs but they look brown now and not black. There is s small dot that is constantly on males. And area still look more square here but the other picture look all girl.
 
@mosesobe no need to apologize at all. I would have done the same if I was still on the fence. I compared the two pictures side by side and I think it was just the angle of this one that looked male.

A mental note taken for my own sexing question. I love the look of these but they are the slowest growers in my collection. My A. Chalcodes has not even needed to be rehoused after a year in its sling 2 1/2” by 1 1/2” enclosure. At the same time, slings that were purchased at the same time have been rehoused into multiple enclosures and some Those are already in final forever home.
 
@mosesobe I haven’t experienced those in my collection as of yet (I want them all some day) so I don’t know but any slower, a slug with no slime can beat it.
 

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