B. albopilosum
Better shot of my B. albo. You guys know the drill, M or F? Haha.
Personally, maybe it's the abdomen color, but I'm having a hard time spotting any epiandrous fusillae and the epigastric furrow appears to lie along the curve of the book lungs so hopefully someone with a more keen eye can tell me!
@VanessaS You've just made my day! What luck! My first two T's into the hobby both turned out female! Absolutely terrific! I'm so glad I'm going to get to keep these guys, well, gals, for longer than I expected! I'm so excited!
 
@VanessaS For sure, I will double check both my T's molts when they do eventually shed their old ones. Though right now, they're still both cricket eating machines so it might just be awhile, lmao.
 

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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Apple iPhone XS Max
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ƒ/1.8
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4.3 mm
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1/6
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25
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On, fired
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Fluffy Belly #2.jpg
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Thu, 01 August 2019 2:40 AM
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