I know, just wait a bit. But I am nervous after my nearly adult A geniculata fasted then died recently. Here is the situation. I have an adult A chalcodes which molted this spring and ate well (adult Dubias) after hardening up. Now she seems interested in them when I put them in her cage, but she acts afraid of them now. She goes over, taps them, then backs off. Usually several times and then goes to the other side of her cage. She hasn't eaten in 31 days. I have also seen this behavior in my sub-adult GBB recently. She hasn't eaten for 11 days. So, do Ts size up the potential meal and pass if it is more than they want? Or is there something wrong with my dubias?