Hey y'all, fairly new pede keeper here (3 months), I have an adult N. Americanus that I obtained from the wild (3 adults, 2 babies total), I've had her for about 3 months now. I think she is older but can't be sure. I watch them all closely and observe them several times throughout the night (EVERY NIGHT). So a few days ago I noticed that she was still out (on top of substrate) at sunrise, this is obviously very unusual, so I looked closer. I noticed she had what looked like diarrhea, she was on a large piece of bark so it was easy to see her feces. It was loose, not formed much at all. So I tried to gently "pet" her, normally she would curl up if I try to do this, but she didn't, she didn't seem to react much at all. So I picked her up, she walked on my hand and started biting me! It was not terribly painful, but definitely uncomfortable and something I've never experienced before when holding her (I don't often). I put her in a new enclosure alone and watched her overnight and the next day. By the next night she seemed normal! She was eating good, and BM was a formed ball. So I've put her back in the communal enclosure. She seems fine. Just curious if anyone has any ideas what may have caused it. I've read (ALOT) info here and other online sources and have seen it mentioned not to feed them the fresh veggies everyday. Not sure where I saw it or how reliable it is. She has balanced substrate nutrition as far as I know. I use natural soil, bark, sticks, and moss (baked) in her enclosure. But... I do usually add fresh veggies every day to every other day. Usually cucumber, apple, romaine and such. Not large quantities, but enough for everybody to eat on each day. TIA for and advice or theories! Sorry for the long post!