I have not researched in depth the incidence of determining gender or race using fingerprints. I have studied in great detail Cranial and pelvic differences between genders and races. Fingerprint patterns are influenced by genetic and environmental factors in utero (which means inside the mother's womb), because of the environmental factors, identical twins have similar but not exact fingerprints. There is no specific correlation between gender and fingerprint patterns. Between races, studies have shown that within closed populations (for example Australia aborigines or South African bushmen) there are certain instances of higher percentages of patterns, but that is only within closed populations which most likely results from genetic endoreproduction (i.e. not reproducing with outsiders, just keeping it within a certain population). Therefore, it is safe to assume that by looking at one fingerprint, one cannot tell race or gender. I unfortunately was not able to find many internet resources involving fingerprint development between genders, however this website goes into further detail on the closed population instance of patterns. I hope that helps. If you are interested in forensic identification of gender or race, I used to teach a class in forensic anthropology when I was in high school and would be more than happy to answer any other questions.
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