Davus Pentaloris 1". (Microscope shot)
Any ideas? I see 2 bulbs and a flap that can be moved when wet. Posting more pictures in the comments down below. thanks for the advice!!
I still think it's female... spermathecae in very young spiders can look different and fuse later. This is too developed for male accessory organs for me. Guess we'll have to see what will become of it in a molt or two.
 
Male accessory organs don't have a flap. The nubs would be clearly separated and round.
 

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