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hi guys i read about how some ppl keep their lateralis setup dry and some keep on peat moss

i personally keep them dry. and have see many egg sac been laid

but non of my seem to have hatched, i konw the babe are very small. so i check even more carefully

any suggestion. should i manually incubate the egg..

sorry i dont konw the terminology for the egg sac.

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hi guys i read about how some ppl keep their lateralis setup dry and some keep on peat moss

i personally keep them dry. and have see many egg sac been laid

but non of my seem to have hatched, i konw the babe are very small. so i check even more carefully

any suggestion. should i manually incubate the egg..

sorry i dont konw the terminology for the egg sac.

Egg sac = ootheca. Needs very humid area or moisture in substrate to hatch. No substrate must mist regularly. With substrate then substrate must be lightly moist to provide enought humidity to hatch.

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Egg sac = ootheca. Needs very humid area or moisture in substrate to hatch. No substrate must mist regularly. With substrate then substrate must be lightly moist to provide enought humidity to hatch.

ok i have place the ootheca on a plate with some moisture peat moss

hope i will be able to see some babe in the short future

thx for the advice

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