I am rarely able to get a decent photo of her - she is extremely nervous and runs into her hide the moment that I disturb her enclosure. I was filling her water dish and she started attacking the stream, so I was able to snap a couple of photos of her.
@John2097 This species was only discovered back in 2015. This is actually the only individual ever imported into Canada. She was imported especially for me, because a good friend of mine was a major dealer and knew I loved the genus. I am so fortunate that she turned out to be female.
She will probably get to be about 4" - making her the largest species in the genus and more than twice as large as they normally get.