wodesorel Posted June 15, 2012 Share Posted June 15, 2012 I'm trying to prevent any more litters from my possible hybrids, so I'm going to be pulling Dad and Junior out to start, and eventually will separate out all the male nymphs from the females. I'd like to have a small tank in my bedroom with them since I think it'll be fun to have them nearby to observe and handle. However, the bedroom ranges in temperature right now from 60 degrees at night (I love to sleep when it's cold ) to 95 during the day. I know they can handle temps like that, but what I don't know is if it's good for them to be exposed to such extreme fluctuations or to be kept too cold or too hot for an extended period of time. I do have a UTH I could use when it gets cold, I'm just worried I might forget to turn it off when it gets hot. Thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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