fresh molt from nhandu chromatus
Almost sure it's a male; Would be happy to be contradicted though hehehe
Going male on this one. However, the flap indicating a female could be hidden by a trick of the light.

We don't need to see the whole spider. We don't want to see the whole spider - we only need the area between the first set of book lungs. That will give us a much better idea of the sex.
 

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Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
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