- Aug 27, 2002
Just got back from backpacking tonight and I found my Carribbean Sandy Gray (anyone have a scientific name for this one?) had filled it's water dish (milk jug lid) with webbing and camouflaged it with substrate. It's abdomen has shrunk by about half and it is perched over the silk filled milk jug lid. I'm assuming it is wild caught (I got it as a freebie from Arachnocenter) so I have no idea if anything in the sac is fertile or not. I have moved it off to itself. Here are my questions: Do I offer food? It filled it's water dish with the webbing... aparently it had dried out. Do I put a new water dish in and offer water? I did not have enough substrate in the container for it to burrow, but it moved all the substrate out of one corner of the kritter keeper, where it now sits over the water lid. Any suggestions?