Advertisement My C. Cyaneopubescens (GBB) molted 8-23. After it hardened up (2 days) I noticed that it started to walk nonstop around its vial. Its a little over an inch legspan now. It took down its webs and just walks around the sides. Around and around. It pauses than repeats. At first I thought it was looking for food. So yesterday I fed it a cricket. First meal since its molt. It ate than started to pace again. So I fed it another. Grabbed it again. Both time super aggressive, with punch. Today again, pacing around. This lasts for hours. So I fed it a cricket. POW as soon as it touches the ground. It has not even webbed. I have never seen any tarantula do this. Wanted to know what does this mean. Unhappy? Hungry? (This is what I thought) Is this typical for this species? I also notice it stands very erect which to me could be that its a male (No science here just from my personal experience. Its unsexed)Hopefully not. Thanks.