- Dec 23, 2017
That wouldn’t surprise me. They likely use the hides nearby also. I’m sure they are opportunistic like they Loxosceles.they do find them under bark, stones etc. BUT they also told me that they more often than not find these little guys buried in the sand a few inches away from bark, rocks, leaf litter etc
That’s an interesting theory actually. With mine they eat in both cases though, though this may not necessarily mean anything as they could just eat whenever food appears also.It just occurred to me that they might use the hide when not hungry and hide in the sand when hungry (or vice versa), which would explain why they're found near hides but not under them in the wild.