Zephyr Posted March 23, 2010 Share Posted March 23, 2010 I pulled out 3 ooths from my primary colony of N. rhombifolia to see if they'd hatch at room temp (67-72). I kept the humidity pretty high (part of the paper towel they were on molded up a little.) After about 2 months, they finally hatched. (The others, kept at nearly 90 degrees, hatched possibly 2-3 weeks after being laid!) There are quite a few babies (only 2 ooths have hatched so far) and I believe the other ooth will hatch soon too. I know many people are having trouble with this species; my best advice is to warm up the adults to increase production and keep the humidity very high. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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