I finally got substrate dried and all terrariums washed so today was rehouse day. First up was my Caribena versicolor, Jazz. It quite happily wandered out of its old container and posed for a couple of photos And more pics in the catch cup Next up was Frio, the Caribena laeta. She really gave me troubles, her web was so strong and she had so many tunnels to hide in. I even found a moult in there which explains why she was hidden away last week. She's still sitting in the catch cup in her new home. Rift, my Ceratogyrus meridionalis, gave no trouble at all Dewey, the Orphnaecus sp negros, vanished. I was starting to panic although I'd seen it last night but a few minutes raking around in the substrate found it and from then it gave me no trouble at all. Lastly and by far the easiest was Ember, my Grammostola rosea.