Betta132 Posted December 24, 2016 Share Posted December 24, 2016 Well, I have grain mites in one of my smaller enclosures. And, since it was sitting on top of my large enclosure, probably in there as well. From what I've gathered, grain mites are sometimes allergens for people, might eat eggs/nymphs if I have an absurd amount, and are basically inevitable because they come in on cat food. Is this a "oh I'll just dry the enclosure out and feed less, maybe get some mite paper" situation or a "HOLY HECK TIME TO SIFT AND QUARANTINE" situation? I can't really find any sources for mite paper that deliver very quickly. And, on a related note, what's a good mite paper brand and where can I get it? Or could I theoretically just sit all the cultures in an inch or so of water with dish soap in to break the surface tension so no mites can escape? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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