- Feb 26, 2003
My rosie aka rover, which is usually very very non-active has all of a sudden become webbing crazy. She (maybe) has been wandering all over even during daylight and upon inspecting the cage I've found webbing in places I've never even seen her walk. Theres no real structure to any of the webbing just random silk strands strewn about, even up the branches and near the top of a plant, which means shes been doin some climbing. Is there a reason for this? I'm worried to see she has become so active for no apparent reason. There are no crickets in the cage. When I first got her about 3 months ago she webbed up the front of her hide before she moulted which made sense, to keep preditors out. But this doesn't make sense to me :? Heres a pic of rover, I don't think shes a male searching for a female or anything, seems too young/small. Temp is right (70ish) and humidity is about right (50ish). Any ideas????