Homoeomma chilensis ~2.5" susp. Male

Homoeomma chilensis ~2.5" susp. Male

I have been thinking Male due to how fast he has been growing. Anyone care to weigh in?
I'm not sure what I'm looking at. Is it upside down? I don't see any evidence of spermathecae and it should be visible at that size. Males will also have a very visible epiandrous fusillae at that size. All three of my mature males hooked out at that size, are you sure he didn't hook out?
growth rate and molt frequency is not indicative of a male all the time.
Do you still have the moult? If yes, could you try to dry the area and take another picture (with the right orientation)?
I tried flipping the picture, may be able to see on the thumbnail?

Edit: Okay, I figured out how to flip the pic :dead:
Honestly, now that I'm looking at it, I think I messed up the picture. The T hasn't hooked out yet, but I'll have to wait for the next molt to get a better look at what's going on. Thanks for the help though everyone! :embarrassed:

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