P. regalis sex please
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P. regalis sex please

i was told male
I dunno, too dark to see anyhting. I do know male P. regalis are usually more brownish even before they mature. If the patterns are distinct and the color overall black and white/grey then there's a very good chance it's a female, looking at it's legs from here I'd say female. Hope this helped :)
 
95% male, he has the "u" going on. And yes Code, your right, but you would have to see a clear pic and the top of the spider to try to sex that way.
 

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