Advertisement Ok so my Paragaleodes have both dug little chambers and sealed themselves off with no sign of any other tunnleing behavior so I presume that they are both probably in diapause. The Galeodes granti has been wandering around a lot but it did make a small burrow under some cork bark, but it still continues to wander around the enclosure. I have a couple questions now- I can't see any flagella on its chelicerae so I am assuming that it's a female. What is the chance that it's fertile and will lay eggs? Should I keep the galeodes in its current setup or move it to a smaller deli cup? Are the paragaleodes going to molt. lay eggs, or just stay in the chamber the whole time? What is the adult size of a paragaleodes pallidus?