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Mmfh

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About Mmfh

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    Pennsylvania
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    Animals, hiking, gardening
  1. Do u use a small amount of salt in ur tank? When I bread them it seemed to kept them happier then plain freshwater.
  2. I just tried apples with my Dubia, I cut all the skin off due to my pesticide residue fears, but they have devoted it. It was a small red delicious apple.
  3. Neat looking. Hope they do well for you.
  4. Congratulations !! It's always exciting to find babies
  5. I found one of these once but only kept it for a night as I had no appropriate food for it. It was very active. Hope they do well for you.
  6. I think I have decided to go with Gyna sp. their shape and colors really appeal to me. So I'm hoping that this method will work. I'm going to experiment a bit and see what works. Thank you for your responses.
  7. I was wondering if I could create humidity in my enclosure by filling a jar with water and poking some small holes in the lid. I know many ppl just use damp coir. The reason I do not want to do this if I can avoid it is because I have a millipede cage that I keep moist and it is a source of concern every summer. I get a crap-ton of small black flies with their wormlike maggots and grain mites and swarms of fruit flies (I swear I inhale thousands ). So I don't want another cage where these nuisances can spread. Also, if this idea is viable, will the roaches still breed with ambient humidity
  8. Very nice. What is that you are using to allow them to hang off of?
  9. I have a group of free roaming giant springtails. I originally put them in my A. avic cage. Then they all moved into my millipede cage. Then one day they were all gone and I eventually found them thriving under the water bowl in my turtle cage lol.
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