P. rufilata, 4.5"
@boina I am not sure tbh, usually at that size the female furrow would be even more prominent IME. These close up shots can throw me off though...this is an even smaller specimen for comparison.

Ill say hoping female for your sake, but Vlad might have to eat his hat on this one. ;) Keep us posted, if its male it will mature soon.
 
@Nightstalker47 Unfortunataly I get your point. I kept switching from male to female and back when I was looking at it in person. I looks unclear to me and I wouldn't be too surprised if it turned out male - but I would be very disappointed.
 

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Epiandrous fusillae sexing (Not Molts)
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