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Changing Egg Flats


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I've only ever changed egg flats once. That was with the B. lateralis roaches and the egg flats were over a year old that time. I only change them when they start to fall apart in my hand when I pick them up. The egg flats in my dubia bins seem to last a very long time and I don't see myself changing them anytime soon. If the enclosure is well ventilated they shouldn't decay in 4-6 months.

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If you have a lot of ventilation in the container you do not need to change them. If it is moist they mold in maybe around a few weeks. I use tree bark that does not get mold for moist containers and the roaches like the bark better than egg crates.

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