B. Albopilosum
Yep, looking male. Just a question. Why do you have so many T.'s but most of them are unsexed at those sizes which should've been sexed??
 
@Liquifin I have a lot more TS the only ones I posted are the ones I couldn't get a definite from a molt (chewed, crunched or hidden in hole etc.)
 
@Liquifin thanks! Would you try to take a look on my B. Albiceps i posted 2 and no one chimed in, is it a hard species to tell? I would love at least one female..
 
@Liquifin also on the other hand side why I posted so many (I might be wrong) I feel like it’s hard to look for references by these pictures if someone wants to compare there are a lot of pictures without a title then a lot of very unclear pictures I added a lot of clear pictures with clear names so everyone could compare their spiders..
 

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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