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How hot can it get for dubia roaches that they survive? The room I am using for them gets into the high 90s (we're having a heat spell right now in Billings). I've heard they can still thrive around 100 deg F. What's your experience?

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I've had dubia in high 90s for a day when it got very hot here. They were very active but I noticed they got a ravenous appetite and were seeking water, so I misted there cage with water and added fresh oranges and they happily ate and settled down. What I'm saying is, if they are going to be warm for long they must have water and some sort of fruit to eat otherwise they dehydrate .

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