It is not a Gorgyrella sp. that´s for sure! Gorgyrella sp. belong to the subfamily Idiopinae (Idiopidae), which share the ALE set far in advance of the other eyes, which makes the eyegroup more longer than wide (see Raven, R. (1985a): The spider infraorder Mygalomorphae (Araneae) cladistics and systematics. Bulletin AMNH (182): 138).If this is an adult female it definitely doesn't look like Gorgryella to me. They all seem to have short, stocky front legs.
I wish I knew more about these Ctenizidae, but it seems few can even ID to the genus.