She actually molted a week ago and she's large enough to breed now as her recent molt measured at 4''. This is her biggest jump as she looks bigger and put on some girth with her legs and body. I will try to breed her sometime soon, but she has to be fed well first before any attempts.
This girl is about 5", so I am anticipating her to get a bit larger still. I just bought a smaller female, but picked this girl up as well, because I have small males that I can pair her with. The smaller female is the same size as the males, so I doubt I could get that to work.
I'm sure I saw spermathecae in her exuvia, but I'm not positive. I assume she would have hooked out by now if she had been male. This is the only survivor in the package that Canada Post lost for two weeks in April 2017. This is the only photo I have ever been able to get of her. She's lovely.
I had a bit of a tense situation last night during feeding. In the middle of filling this boy's water dish - we lost power. Luckily I didn't douse him with water, or he would have bolted to god knows where. Also luckily, I always have a small flashlight beside me. He didn't move at all.