if they is a fresh molted female, you should have a exuvia with a spermathecae. how does this spermathecae looks like?
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Oh! I didn’t realize that! Shoot, no, I don’t have it any more. After I verified again the sex, I tossed it. I’ll keep it next time, and ask for help here. Thank you for this new knowledge!your question was clear and i understand it very well.
in some cases a spermathecae is a good feature to distinguish two species, and thats the fact here (sp BLUE vs sp CAJAMARCA).