Davus Pantaloris
That black dot looks like epiandrous fusillae to me... making them male. If this spider has an orange carapace then they are Davus pentaloris. Davus fasciatus has a black carapace and isn't in the hobby.
 
@kooi Do you have any dorsal shots? Davus fasciatus is pretty rare in the hobby, but Davus pentaloris has often been mislabeled as Davus fasciatus.
 
@VanessaS @Ungoliant You're right, it's definitely Davus Pantaloris. He have orange carapace, but man sold me that one as Davus Fasciatus. :bored: Thanks for help.
That's him

And another photo from the bottom
 

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