Advertisement I have never not liked raising slings until I got 2 Euathlus/Bumba pulcherrimaklaasi, It has been the most miserable, frustrating and dejecting tarantula keeping experience of my life. I set up these slings like any other slings, terrestrially, a hide, waterdish and slightly moist substrate. Both slings will cling to the walls all day, it doesn't matter if the substrate dries, they will not let go of the walls. They refuse to be normal spiders and make use of the hides, both eat really well. As soon as they finished eating they will be straight back onto the walls. Maintenance is a nightmare and I dread it everytime I have to remove uneaten prey or change the water dish, both slings are extremely skittish and as they already wall climb constantly, will climb right out. This morning when refilling water of one these slings, he climbed right out and started making a bid for freedom, of course I got him back in the enclosure. If anyone has any experience in raising these slings, I need advice ASAP, If not I'm going to sell them off or give them away for free. Pictures are not of most recent setups, think of a live food tub with dirt, waterdish and a hide that is their setup.