Advertisement So my B. auratum has been eating furiously lately. As such, she's also been pooping a lot! lol Her usual custom is to nab her prey, walk it into her little coconut shell burrow, and eat inside there. She happy-dances and webs while she is eating, so she's kinda turning in circles inside the hide while she chomps and webs a little bit. A day or so later, I will find that she has used the webbing inside of her hide like a little mat, which she then apparently rolls up and brings outside of her hide. It kinda turns into a little clump of substrate held loosely together with the webbing. I've found 2 such rolled up webs/clumps of substrate recently, as well as bolus in a corner of her enclosure behind/just to the side of her hide. She seems to be eating happily, pooping, and then doing a little housekeeping to bag it all up and bring it outside of her hide. My question is, obviously I remove the bolus and the dead cricket parts... but these little rolled up balls of web/substrate, does she want me to remove these as well? With the way she's placed them next to her hide, it almost looks like she placed it there purposely? She's an adult T, not a juvenile and I've never seen her display any interest in digging or burrowing formally. But if she's trying to use these little clumps/rolls of sub and web as building material to enhance her hide, then maybe I should leave it? I dunno, thoughts?