N. chromatus 3.75" M or F?
Given to me by a friend getting out of the hobby. He never got rid of a T, so he never bothered to sex any of his.
Actually, @slowburn I would definitely wait for another more experienced than myself, I am not confident in that evaluation, and I would hate to mislead you with false information.
 
@Androxian I just appreciate your willingness to comment and help out! Like I said this and a few others were gifted to me today. No harm no foul if you or anyone else is wrong.
 
Honestly that looks female to me. Only reason I am saying this is due to the angle of the upper bookings in relation to the furrow as well as the shape of the furrow. Then again I am no expert in Ventral so take this with a grain of salt haha.
 
I'm leaning female on this one. The bottom of the abdomen appears to be a little shrivelled/wrinkly, which would imply your T might be dehydrated.
 

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