I picked up a lemon drop tinc on Sunday, and I set him up in a 5.5 gallon tank. I have a small heat pad on the wall and a day glo bulb hanging about 4" above the mesh lid. I put soil with small wood chunks in it as substrate, about 2.5" high. I have a piece of driftwood, a cave, a water dish and fake leaves in the tank along with forest moss to help keep in the humidity. The water dish is always full and I mist the tank twice daily. The water is conditoned tap water. The temperature in the room is a steady 22C. He has had about four days to somewhat acclimate to his new surroundings. I have offered him 2wk crickets small ebough for him to eat as he is a good sized adult. I haven't seen him eat, though I attribute it to the scenery change stressing him out. I haven't seen him moving around the tank much either. Really, he just sits in one spot hidden mostly beneath the driftwood. Is this normal behaviour, due to re-housing stress? Am I expecting too much of him too soon? I have special ordered fruit flies (arriving next week) and I have calcium powder, the crickets are fed Bug Burger by Repashy. I tried to upload some phone pics I have but they are too large. I am unsure how to resize them.