I've tried everything but crickets to get this G. pulchripes to eat for me, and it just refuses. Once, it ate a prekilled dubia roach, but it never repeated this. At some point in the last two days, it molted, which was I thought a huge relief and answer to my problems, but it still refuses food today. Am I doing something wrong? S/he's kept in a 5wide8long4deep tupperware, which might be quite large for a 1/4" sling, but it doesn't really wander, if I check on it two days later it will still be in the same spot it was the previous time I checked. If I get the tongs and sort of annoy it with the roach (in hopes it will bite and thus start feeding), it just scurries away, and so I've stopped doing that so I don't stress it out. It's being kept on eco-earth with adequate ventilation and a constant 78-84 temp, same as my adult Avic avic (though in different cage dimensions, obviously) who eats great. Is there some trick you spider people out there have to getting a stubborn sling to chow down? Is there something I'm missing?