I don't know why, all i did last night was check once again for cricket shells since both of my Ts ate on Wednesday. The aureostriata had 2 medium crickets and I didn't see any shells at all, my rosea took almost 12 hours to finish it's crick and left a leg and upper head piece, i removed that right away once i saw it as while i was watching it it dropped the cricket and went into it's made tunnel. I later went on to check the aureostriata's cage last night. I checked inside the pot as best as i could and the outside floor of the substrate, no uneaten parts and it's so hard to see shells. I went on to drain close to a full waterdish that had peat and refill it with clear fresh water and clean the dish. It was after that i saw it hanging at the top after i placed back the cage into it's usual location it stayed next to the cage side on the floor. Then i saw it hanging at the top before i went to bed. It stayed like that into this morning, all day and currently still there right now, the waterdish isn't overflown and i didn't even fill it to the tip...i'm getting kind of worried if this continues...as i don't know what i did wrong to cause it to hang up on the top...:?