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T. Olegrandjeani Oothecae Conditions

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It's that time of the cycle where all the adults have died and left me with a few dozen ooths. Should these be kept the same as the nymphs and adults or do they do better when it's drier or more humid?

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It's about an inch of Eco-Earth mixed with oak leaf mulch.

Thanks for the help! This is my first time with them (they're the Insect Zoo's) and so I want to be extra extra careful.

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It's about an inch of Eco-Earth mixed with oak leaf mulch.

Thanks for the help! This is my first time with them (they're the Insect Zoo's) and so I want to be extra extra careful.

Cool! I am not saying you need to do what I do but my depth is 3 inches. I also add shredded aspen. You can buy it at a pet store in bulk. I keep mine at 75 F with moderate ventilation. I also have a few terrestrial isopods to keep the enclosure clean. They hang out on the moist end. Good luck!

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Thank you! I will deepen the substrate, it can't hurt and that's how we have it with the T. petiveriana.

Shredded aspen.. hm.

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