ArtBug Posted December 8, 2012 Share Posted December 8, 2012 So I'm new to this and am having water anxiety. My Therea olegrandjeani nymphs are so little that even a short jar lid looks like it could drown them. I finally gave up and just spray the leaves and food at one end of their tank approx every other day. The book says to keep food in a dish - but I gave up on shallow lids for food, too, and am now using a flat rock. For the Lucihormetica verrucosa and the Gromphadorhina grandidieri I also use flat rocks for their food. They have large bark in their tanks that get sprayed heavily almost every day (along with their food). It is so dry in Colorado that everything drys out pretty quickly. I have a good substrate that I got from Peter and I have occasionally poured water onto the substrate at one end of the tanks. So far everyone seems shiny and happy - but I still worry about keeping their habitats just right! Any input would be fabulous! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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