Advertisement Had a situation with my sling today. As some of you may know my B.albopilosum sling molted recently. I have been waiting and letting it recover a little before I feed it again. However, I realized today while maintaining my Ts what seemed to be fungus or mold at the bottom of the enclosure. Upon closer inspection I realized something I had not noticed before... The last meal I gave my sling before it molted. It had not eaten it's prey. It killed it and buried it. The corps of a tiny hornworm was mostly covered with dirt at the deepest part of my sling's burrow. A white-ish yellow growth was starting to revile itself from the dirt. Immediately I prepped a new enclosure and moved it over. My B.albopilosum is now on bone dry cocofiber in a plastic container I had leftover. He/She seems to be okay and is now exploring the new enclosure. But I am worried about my sling after that. I am hoping it didn't get sick or anything from being exposed to contaminants. He/She is a 1 inch sling These are the pictures of the sling after the rehouse. Ill keep people posted by so far it looks okay... The old sling enclosure has been dumped, washed out, and is currently drying.