Advertisement Currently, I have a collection of 5 t's. An Acanthoscurria geniculata juvie, which is doing well, a Grammostola pulchra sling, which is doing unknown, a Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens sling, which is doing well, and two Brachypelma albopilosum slings which are doing okay. The Grammostola pulchra is around 1-1.1/4", and I house it in a deli container kept dry with a water dish as to avoid any possible humidity-related death. I provide cork bark as a hide, and use coco fiber. It hasn't been eating for the past two weeks, and has sealed off the hide from all sides. For my knowledge it probably hasn't came out. Could it be dehydrated and what could I do?