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1st pic. You can see pistils and male pollen sac's which would identify the plant as a hermaphrodite.

2nd pic is too blurry.

Pls post more pics, but clearer.

If it is a hermie, it would be best to chop it.

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32 minutes ago, Bos said:

1st pic. You can see pistils and male pollen sac's which would identify the plant as a hermaphrodite.

2nd pic is too blurry.

Pls post more pics, but clearer.

If it is a hermie, it would be best to chop it.

Ill get more pics. But after googling it's a hermie. Strange if iys due to stress, kept everything constant but only noticed with extreme heat it struggled to keep moisture. 

So best to destroy this hermie? 

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I'd chop it. If you have any other plants in flower, you risk pollinating them and any other female plants around you. Even the seeds would be useless as they'll carry the hermie trait.

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