Advertisement I have a Hysterocrates gigas and a Haplopelma albostriatum that have both been unable to eat, as far as I can tell. They can grab the mealworm in their jaws but I don't see them gaining mass. They have not eaten for a few months now, since they've last molted. Is this possibly a problem with the sucking stomach? I had an LP sling that faced the same issue once and it lived through a molt without eating. Not sure if these two could do the same given that they're no longer slings but juveniles around 2 inches. Also the gigas looks like it has a cyst on top of the abdomen located near the connection with the thorax. Maybe it has something to do with the eating problem, maybe not. Is my only option just to wait for these two to hopefully molt again? Are they doomed to die?