B. albopilosum
I suspect male, but not 100%, since I'm fairly new. He flipped so I had a chance to take a picture. Destroyed the molt after.
Thank you in advance for help.
@xEdiaraX I own an bred B. albo "nicaragua" before, so you can use the triangle patch with the very close first pair of booklungs as an indicator for a male of this species. Is he not mature yet?? At 5'' he's either mature or pen-ultimate.
 
@Liquifin that's awesome! Good to know.
I honestly don't know, my husband got this guy for me a couple of months ago, just molted.
 
@xEdiaraX Why not post a picture of him freshly molted? If he has hooks on his first pair of legs and has emboli on his pedipalps, then he is indeed mature.
 
@xEdiaraX Take a look at his front legs and pedipalps. If he's matured, he'll have tibial hooks on his front legs and his pedipalps will have developed emboli and have a swollen/boxing glove look.
 

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