What gender would you call this one.
Steve based on the marking I would say it is female. I find if the marking connects to form a sort of circle on top then it is female. Not a fool proof system, but we were only wrong on 1 out of nine. Called a male a female.
I was going to say male from the intensity of the white coloring on the sides. However I have not worked with the species in a long time and if if a current keeper and breeder says female like Laurie then most likely listen to Lauries opinion.