It could just be the lighting but, I do not see any epiandrous fusillae (short densly packed "hairs") above the epigastric furrow; forming a narrow horseshoe pattern in G pulchra males. Even though G pulchra is black the epiandrous fusillae are quite prominent and noticeable on a 2" specimen.Scoolman how can you tell and what made you says its female?
Newbie questions when its comes to ventral sexing heheheheh.
Ventral sexing can be difficult. Its accuracy is entirely in the "eye of the beholder". It can be very accurate with a little practice. At 2" leg span, though, you can accurately use ventral sexing.Guys how accurate in ventral sexing and what is the appropriate size.
My specimen is about 2 inches I have to use a macro lens to achieve this picture.
The first picture that I posted is same specimenIf you could take some pictures from further back, I think that would be helpful.
You are correct Redneck but I will wait to make sure.Might help a little if you wait for the second one to molt..