Advertisement I previously tried to get an ID on a couple of egg cases (arachnoboards.com/threads/orb-weaver-egg-sac-id.326256/), and I was keeping them in a slightly vented mason jar with wet vermiculite. In checking on it this evening, I found that the one nearest to the vermiculite -- both were hanging -- had molded over. I thought this meant it was a dead egg sac, so I cut it open, and to my surprise, a bunch of slings popped out. I am fairly certain these are Argiope aurantia slings. I think the humidity was too high and caused this. But what do I do now? They are very, very tiny -- maybe too small to take Drosophila melanogaster? As you can see in one of the pictures, there are several/many dead slings (I dont believe they are sheds) in sac as well. Curiously, they haven't seem to have left the sac, and sort of seem to be trying to stitch it together (or maybe I am imagining things). Any guidance would be appreciated.