Has anyone noticed or heard of any significant differences between male and female blondi, aside from the obvious mass and legspan-carapace ratio differences that apply to most theraphosids? I'm talking coloration, markings, shape, or setae differences here. Pamphobeteus sp. tend to be pretty sexually dimorphic, and I;ve noticed what I feel like are some similar physical characteristics between Pamphobeteus and Theraphosa. Just wondering if this applied to gender differences as well.