Advertisement I could use some advice. I recently acquired a Brachypelma albopilosum from a keeper here locally. He claimed her to be about 2 years old and she is a good size maybe 4 - 4.5 inches. She came in an enclosure that seemed way to small for her size, after talking with a friend that also keeps these wonderful creatures he recommended that I move her to a lager space. The space she came from had bone dry coco fiber and seemed like it hadn’t been changed in a very long time. In her new enclosure I provided her with 3 inches of moist, not wet coco fiber as this is what was recommended and what I had read, there is a lot of conflicting information on humidity levels. My understating was that she might appreciate a slightly moist substrate, maybe I was wrong? In her last enclosure she was always hanging out in the open and very active. I have not once seen her on the new substrate, I have only seem her either sitting on top of her hide which came from the last enclosure or on the side glass, I even found her hanging from the top of the enclosure which I have never seen a terrestrial species do. Maybe I am paranoid but this seems like odd behavior to me, should I think about removing her and letting the substrate dry out more?