B. hamorii [1/2]
Haha well thanks for your help. I am not really getting a consensus but maybe next molted will confirm
 
Im saying male because of the light patch at the middle of the furrow. That is epiandrous fusillae, I believe. I only ever see that dot on Ts that have turned out male. I have a molt-sexed female only a little larger than yours and she does not have that dot present, either.
 

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