My G. pulchripes burrowed about 3 weeks ago and sealed off the entrance to it's hide after eating a couple of meals. It's burrow is at least a third the size of the enclosure. Abdomen was plump and I can't get a good look into the burrow to see if it is molting. I know they like dry substrate but overflow the dish a little to keep some moisture in at least some of the substrate. It's far from being wet. My thinking is a few drops of condensation can form on the side of the enclosure inside the burrow for T. Should I try feeding it since there it won't come out and no prey could find it's way in? Maybe pre-kill a meal worm or cricket and leave it to see if it's coming out at night? Yes I'm a worried newbie. Good news is the new G. pulchra came out of it's burrow and likes to hide under a bit of moss next to the hide. It ate a small cricket today so I'm happy about that.