Female C. versicolor
Molt confirmed female. She always looked male ventrally until this most recent molt, but it's obvious she's female now that she's reached the 3" mark. So for people with smaller versicolor slings attempting to sex them ventrally, it might be best to wait until around 3" to determine sex
@cold blood Exactly. I had already seen her spermathecae in her molt, but this was the first time getting a good look at her underside since the molt. I've noticed that for such a popular species, I don't see a lot of obviously sexable shots of them, so I figured I'd post this for reference

@FuzzyFreaks420 Thanks! :) It's certainly easy to see why they're such a staple in the hobby
 

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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