I have some questions to ask about housing my Avicularia versicolor sling. I usually mist the sides of its habitat every day to keep the humidity high. However, the substrate looks wet and even has some small white bubbles visible in it. Should I stop misting the sides until the substrate dries out? I provided a heat treated branch inside of the small enclosure so my spider could build a web and get off of the ground. When the tarantula gets bigger I would like to put it into a larger habitat. I have a well ventilated plastic enclosure ready for when my spider grows. It's set up with coconut fiber, sphagnum moss, and a fake plant. I'll also put the heat treated branch in there when the time comes. Would this substrate be suitable to house my tarantula or would I have to mix it with vermiculite? Should I replace the heat treated branch with a piece of cork bark? An other topic worth mentioning would be feeding. I already fed my T twice last week but I can't seem to find the cricket carcasses anywhere in the substrate. Would this be harmful to my tarantula if it keeps happening?