FlamingSwampert Posted March 16, 2021 Share Posted March 16, 2021 I received 24 Blaptica dubia nymphs during the November of 2020. I heard that it may take 5-8 months for them to mature, but they are still around 1/2 inch. They are kept a bit colder than recommended because the heat mat will only fit on their final, larger tank. I feed them an assortment of veggies and fish food pellets. They have a 1 inch deep substrait (zoo med's creatures substrate mixed with some ground-up leaves) and 2 bark hides (bark from a tree in my backyard, one peice is curved and has space underneath to hide, they love it), as well as a twig and a mesh climbing structure. They are active at night and readily gobble up their food. Is this just the speed that they normally grow, or am I doing something wrong? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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