Advertisement Hey all, I'm pretty sure I know the answer, but had a question & hope someone can help. I have an A. chalcodes who (post molt) webbed / webs the enclosure quite well...(Before the molt, she only webbed lightly every now & then) My question is what are webs for & why do they (terrestrials) specifically web? If it isn't to catch food, is it OK to remove the webbing? For now, I've left them as is because I don't want to disturb her or what she's made, & figure there must be a reason, but when I drop crickets in the enclosure, they don't roam & tend to stay in behind webs & she doesn't find them as quick. Also when I also have to change the water, clean the dish the webs are in the way, so I inadvertently end up pulling portions out anyway. Are the webs important & serve enough of a purpose that I should just leave everything as is? Or is it ok to remove some or all of them?