JohananV Posted December 27, 2012 Share Posted December 27, 2012 Greetings, I have a small colony of Oxyhaloa deusta, that is really just getting started. However, I had a wonderful surprise this morning, and found many, many nymphs amongst the leaf litter which covers their substrate. My setup is as follows; Substrate:sand(about a centimeter deep); hiding places: Large snail shell, and mango leaves; Food: carrot, moist dog food, lettuce, and cucumber; Climbing: a large dry leaf base of Strelitzia nicolai. This far it seems to be working very well. I mist the tank once a day, and replace their food every second day. Other than that I pretty much leave them to themselves. But, I was thinking that I could possibly glean some extra information from those experienced in the species. So, what does everyone else do with theirs to get the greatest yields? Substrate types, cage size, foods, the works. What works best for you, and how well do they breed? Sincerely, JV Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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