Advertisement I rehoused my fairly new versi and gave her a great new cork tube to make herself at home. She is my first arboreal T, and first to build a somewhat significant web. I love that she feels nestled and comfortable, but I’m now a little perplexed by feeding. I’ve been holding her Dubia just outside the top of her webbed up tube and she’ll come up to the edge, but won’t break her seal to get it. She has opened her tube top (lol!) to come out wondering, but usually only briefly before diving back in and webbing her tube closed again. Just curious how I should feed her? Open her web and see if I can get her to strike her food? Keep her web closed and shadow-puppet her roach just outside? Wait until her tube is opened by her and then offer? Also, for those of you with a tube dweller, how do you know if and when they are molting? I mounted her tube with hot glue to the background to keep it secure, but now I have no idea how to clear out a molt if it happens in there. Did I make a rookie mistake?