Hello. My son purchased a juvenile veiled early in April, which we thought was a male. To our surprise, we noticed a half dozen eggs scattered around the bottom of his cage yesterday. Guess we have a girl She hasn't been with any males, and when we called the pet store yesterday, they verified that they would not have had her with a male while in their care, so the eggs should be infertile. We had noticed she hadn't eaten in a couple of days, so that explains why. Now we're scrambling to learn all we can about females. To give you an idea about her cage set up, we have two larger (about 8") potted umbrella plants, and a smaller ficus, with paper towel lining the rest of the exposed floor. We noticed a few eggs on the floor, and a couple sitting on top of one of the the potted plants. We read about a lay box, so yesterday we squeezed in a 12" pot with substrate (all we could fit in there!). I'm wondering if there are more eggs to come? The other day, I noticed a light sprinkling of dirt all over the paper towel which was unusual. I figured that a stick above must have shifted and a bit of dirt fell from it below (that didn't really make sense, but who knew?!), but now I'm wondering if she had been digging in the plant. Though I never noticed any holes or disrupted dirt at the top of the plants, could she have already buried most of her eggs there? The main stems of the umbrella plant take up most of pots, so I would think it'd be hard for her to get a decent size hole in there. She seems smaller today, and there's no sign of egg bumps near her abdomen. She still isn't eating, but has a number of crickets in her cage, as well as a couple of her favorite super worms in her bowl. I added liquid calcium to her dripper. We have a sheet over her cage to give her privacy if she needs to dig more. This morning shes's just roaming around the top branches. What else can we do? Any advice or input would be very helpful!