Advertisement Feeding my Ts, I noticed my Cyriocosmus aueri sling on its side, sort of suspended in its own web. My heart sank as it looked like it had croaked it and it's a beautiful little thing. It's funny, despite all logic, sometimes your first reaction is still "Oh no. It died." I actually almost, almost opened up the vial... but thankfully engaged my brain in time. It had, of course, ignored food last feeding and had been webbing up an area to moult in, so was OF COURSE moulting. Watched it do so successfully and was pleased to see it flexing fresh legs in its little tunnel. And then, to top it off, a rare treat from my Neostenotarsus sp Suriname sling. Unbelievably small when I got it, it immediately buried and has been a vial of dirt since then. Not even a pet hole. Food sometimes disappears but I've never seen it. It just happens to be next to the Cyriocosumus, however, so I noticed legs pushing out from the substrate Return of the Living Dead style. I watched the little guy creep out, ever so tentatively, grab the food and then squeeze back down into the dirt as quick as it could. Amazing to see, and so much bigger now and looking healthy. So a double dwarf T treat for me. This is such a rewarding hobby at times, catching glimpses of these quiet, secretive goings on.