My hummelincki, who I've had from a juvenile, seems to have just had a sharp spike in appetite. I have no idea how old he was when I got him, but he was about large-grape-sized, with 2 - 3 inch tentacles. 80 days later, he's now golf ball with 6-8 inch tentacles. I usually feed him fiddlers, and he gets one or two a day these days. In the last 24 hours he has eaten three crabs and two of his clean-up snails. No change in temp, water parameters are fine (though I'm obviously going to have to keep an eye on this with the increase of waste), no real change of behaviour. Has anyone else reported anything similar? Is a spike in appetite just a sign he/she is reaching maturity? And rather than feed him when I see him hunting, ought I keep him on a more regimented diet, in the hope of extending lifespan?