I have a young L. Parahybana, maybe 3" tops. I think he may be close to premolt and the past few days I've been using the water drop method to test if he might be hungry before putting a cricket in there. I've read that if they respond to the water drop, they'll probably take food. Not only did he respond to it, he pressed his body up against the enclosure wall to drink the water droplets that were sliding down. I let a few more slide down for him and he took those as well, like he was really thirsty. He has a water dish he never uses (I know that is normal) and being an LP he eats quite often. So if he gets moisture from his food, has a water dish and I mist the opposite end of enclosure once or twice a week, should I be concerned?