Ross W Posted August 12, 2010 Share Posted August 12, 2010 Hello all. I recently purchased a dozen Therea grandjeani and within a few days some of the adults started laying eggs. This past weekend I had an outbreak of grain mites and had to clean out the cage. I was able to remove over two dozen eggs, but am hesitant on putting them back in the cage until I know the grain mite problem is completely gone. I wanted to know how I should keep the eggs in a separate container. Do they need to be kept in a moist and humid enclosure, or will that promote mold/fungus to grow on them? Right now I have them in a small pint size container inside a small tank and I keep the substrate moist. Should I put the eggs directly on the substrate or is the way I have them safe? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Ross Wexler Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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