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RE: The Naturalistic Observation part

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Posted by: scaledverts at Fri Apr 25 10:33:20 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by scaledverts ]  
   

Thanks for putting all of this together Frank! I appreciate it! I'm using a slightly smaller container (but still going to have some depth to it). How much moisture to you typically add? Your dirt looks relatively dry. I'm using a combination of: peat moss (mainly), loose sphagnum, and some coco-bark as the substrate with at 12*12 heavy tile sitting on top with a water dish on top of that.

Do you find that the light is required or just the heat it provides?

Cheers,

Kyle
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