Today, when i went to moisten the auratus, i noticed that the glass was a bit dirty. I took a paper towel to wipe it off. The male auratus came really close to watch me. But as i was wiping the glass near the "canopy", a small spider emerged and began running around. It was white, with a small cephalothorax and a spherical abdomen. Its legs were angular. It was maybe 2 cm in diameter with its legs extended. The male auratus was on the "forest floor" and the female in the "understory" so they weren't close to the spider. I tried to remove the spider with a paper towel, but it ran into the foliage and vanished from sight. I kept searching for a few minutes before deciding to wait for it to come out again. I have two main concerns: one, that the spider may pose a threat to the frogs, and the other, that they may eat it and use its venom for themselves.