B. hamorii 2.0" DLS
'Hamor'

I don't see anything... How apparent should spermanthicae be on a specimen this size?
You would see it at that size, for sure. Brachy's are less difficult than many other genera to spot at the smaller sizes.
Here is my 2.5" female that I just uploaded...
 
@Theneil You are going to have them around for a long time, still. I got my two boys, as unsexed, 2.5 years ago and they were 3". They have both moulted recently, are now pretty close to being 5" and still not mature. I know of one male who is even larger than mine who isn't mature yet.
 
I don't mind males. As long as they don't end up looking hybridized, i will try to loan them out or buy a female when the mature and i will enjoy keeping them in the mean time until then. :) i also have two more that i wasn't able to examine the latest molts from. ;)
 

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Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
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Canon Canon EOS REBEL T2i
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135.0 mm
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1/15
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800
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IMG_9879.JPG
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Wed, 19 September 2018 10:48 AM
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