P. Murinus RCF
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P. Murinus RCF

any thoughts or guesses?
This one looks male to me. This species is a bit harder to sex as you won't see epiandrous fusillae due to the light coloration. I look at the width of the booklungs. I say male because female P. murinus have a very wide area between their book lungs and the shape is distinct. This one is narrow and is "male-shaped".
 
I was wondering on that point as well. This is one of the harder case I think, because the booklungs distance ay male, the angle says female, the hair can't be seen.
 
not 100% sure but i think it's a male..
i would like to see other pics with no light
koh
 
sorry, I have been unable so far to get any other pictures against the glass as he or she has made a mass of wed tubes and mainly resides in there
 

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