The breeder said it was a female andapa sambava female me and my friend bought brother and sister but i keep seeing confusing pics and i was looking at a male ambelobie so i can breed but he almost looks the same as mine
All baby panthers will look the same at first, and then they'll change as they mature. But you should be able to sex them right out of the egg - the idea is that you have to look at the vent area and see the difference at the base of the tail.
Under the "breeding" sub-forum there is a great thead on sexing baby panthers with lots of photos.
There is nothing about that baby to indicate male. The base of the tail, the coloration, everything says female. Some can go through a stage where they are hard to sex, but I have no doubts about the one in those photos.