G. pulchra, M/F?
I want to say female as well. Males seem to develop the epiandrous fusillae spot fairly early and I don't see any evidence of it at all on this photo. Plus, there does seem to be a lip formed.
Here is my ~3" female for comparison...
 
Yeah I couldn't see the epiandrous arch or whatever but I didn't know if it was a dark or lighter colored arch in this species
 
@Goopyguy56 Very dark and very obvious, even at the smaller sizes. It was easier to ventral sex my pulchra than it was to find their spermathecae. I didn't have my trusty cheap endoscope at the time and they were both on the larger side before I was confident that what I was seeing was the uterus externus. They are not one of the easier species to sex.
 
Yeah, mine is probably 2 inches maybe. Under a microscope there was some spemetheca looking things but I don't want to get my hopes up yet cus maybe they are accessory organs
 

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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