T. Ockerti need help
I need help in determining the sex of my t. Ockerti, looks like a male but i may be wrong
You don't mention the size and it does matter. Although, in this case, the photo is not good enough to see details, unfortunately.
This species has very obvious spermathecae at the smaller sizes. However, many species in the genus have males with obvious accessory organs too. That, combined with the fact that the uterus externus can be very small, makes it difficult to determine whether it is spermathecae or male organs.
This is my female at only 2.5" as a comparison.
 
@Nino Santos The photo has to be placed in the gallery first, like the original, and then linked here. The photo I added in my comment is in the gallery and I just used to the codes at the side to post it in the comments.
 

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Spermathecae sexing (Molts)
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