I have been wondering for some time where my H.trilineatus female did not come out of her hide at night, like she use to. She is normally outside or close of her burrow in the evening.
When I checked her the time I could see her, I saw she was pregnant. You can see her size (in opppose to normal) in the first picture and the embryo's through the pleural membrane in the second picture.
I'll post more pictures in this thread, but patience my friends