P. irminia
Do i see what i think i see? :)

Additional info, molt is 4.75"DLS
to sex the spider don't you need to look at the bottom/underside to see if there are the hooks or no hooks. I don't know how to tell females.
 
@LurkingUnderground

Examination of the exuvia is actually considered the best way to sex most species, and to sex females you look for the uterus externus and spermanthica. i believe i see the spermanthica but i like reassurances from more experienced folks. ;)
 
@LurkingUnderground The presence of emboli (on the palps) and hooks (for those species that get them) only identifies mature males. Females and immature males can look very similar, sometimes requiring examination of the molt to know for sure.
 

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