Roachman26 Posted February 24, 2010 Share Posted February 24, 2010 Where do these fall on the humidity scale? Dry, middle of the road, or downright damp? I've recently acquired ten and found my third dead one today. They've got two or three inches of damp soil/coco coir mix, egg flats and a leaf pile. Dog kibble, water crystals and fruit or veggies always available. I mist the sides a little every few days. Room humidity hovers between 40 and 50%. The others in the bin are molting and seem to be doing great. I've got a couple with wing stubs that go half way down the abdomen now. Are these adults? They still seem kinda small, but I don't know this species yet. Mine are the first ones I've ever seen in person and there's not a lot of info out there on them. My other species, acquired in the same shipment, all seem to be doing fine. No other casualties in 7 other species and several hundred individuals. Thanks, Tom Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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