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|Subject: Re: Please sex my Pandinus cavimanus 8/26/2015, 12:20 am|| |
Looks male to me. However if it's an adult it should be pretty obvious from looking at the chelae, males have a very distinctive indentation that females don't possess.
Also, the correct name for this species is now Pandinoides cavimanus.
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