Advertisement Hey guys. First time post here! I've a quick question regarding the housing of my H. Lividum. I bought her a week ago (I'm assuming, and hoping it's a her, as I've called her Cate and dont want to give her a complex if it turns out to be a him :} ) from a local pet shop. The shop has been dealing in inverts and herps for about 11/12 years or so and have a good reputation. I've not actually seen them stock a cobalt before, and was compelled to buy her ( a little pricy though: £45/$80.05). However, I'm not particularly inspired by the included enclosure (I added the temp and humidity guages myself): For a start, the lid has alot of holes - which is horrible for keeping the 80% or so humidity required, so I taped alot of those up - from the outside. I've included a deodorant spray can in the picture for scale. The spider could pretty much wrap its legs around the top. It's not much bigger than that. So she's small, but quite stocky. At the moment Cate seems quite content. She's made 3 entrances to her burrow under the bark. One at the front, one to the mid left, and one to the rear right. She's feeding well, and often comes out for a little stroll at night. She's made herself a deeper pit right in the center of the enclosure, and made a web tube in the hollow of the log. However, I'm concerned that this is not an ideal enclosure and there may prove difficulties when it comes to moult? This is my first old world burrower, would a taller enclosure prove more suitable with a deeper substrate? Any thoughts?