skiblits Posted January 30, 2012 Share Posted January 30, 2012 So I have 3 hissers in a five gallong retile aquarium with a screen lid. 1 male, and 2 females. The bedding is sphagnum moss, they have fress food and water everyday, there I a red heat lamp on the tank and I mist them every day I want them to breed but what is the proper temperature and humidity for them to breed? I've sen sites that tell me to keep the temp at 85 - 90 during the day and between 80- 85 at night, is this correct? And I can't seem to find how hig the humidity should be, sites say to mist them down once a day but I live in a dry place so that only takes the tank to about 30% humidity. My tropical lizards need it at 75%, so should I soak my hissers tills it gets that high? I've had my hissers for about two months, I had hoped to hear them hissing and courting in the middle of the night which is why they're tank is on my night stand. My room is the darkest, quitest place in my apartment and I'm only in there to sleep, during the day the only light that gets in is an aquarium light across the room. Thanks for your help everyone! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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