Advertisement I recently picked up my first Tarantula (a B. Albo named Grinch) and I wanted to post some pics of its enclosure to make sure there is no glaring husbandry issues. I was previously keeping it in a smaller plastic container, but i think the substrate was too moist. It never went into the hide, and spent a lot of time against the walls. It also darted out of the enclosure anytime it was opened. When I saw it with condensation on the walls, I took the queue and rehoused it into a different enclosure (the first enclosure had a really frustrating lid that was a pain to close.) The new enclosure is using bone dry coco coir with a water bowl that I keep full. It has seemed a bit stressed out since the rehouse, not really stretching out, but it has used the hide, and explored the enclosure. It has also laid a thin layer of webbing (so fine you can only really see it when the light reflects off of it) around a significant area of the enclosure. This was not behavior it exhibited during the week it spent in the ither enclosure. It has been taking B. Dubias readily, and its abdomen has become noticeably more plump since it has been in my care. My largest concern is that the substrate is currently too dry, and that I just went from one extreme to another. I have also noticed posts in which the OP is asking one question, but you all have noticed other issues with the husbandry, so please let me know if you see any other issues. I have attached some pictures of the enclosure, and have since wetted down a corner of the substrate with a couple of pipettes full of water. I figure I am just overthinking all this, but if you all could take a look it would give me some peace of mind. Thanks.