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RE: a question for the experianced keepers

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Posted by: morquinn at Tue Sep 26 17:11:16 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by morquinn ]  
   

Hmm, dont know any other tips really. We dont use loose substrates in our tank, its tile on the bottom, but there is a laybox just incase one of our females lays... other than that we have a moving waterfall in our 4 foot pool for them, we just use warm water while filling it, we dont use heaters. The only screen we have in the enclosure is on the door and a portion on the other side of the cage, the top is made of glass as well as the front and the other sides are all wood. You could possibly cover a portion of the screen top of yours to help keep the humidity in. We also have live plants such as staghorn ferns and Dracaena trees, our hygrometer reads 80% usually, and we dont have to mist very often, we just mist when they look like they are in a shed process. In the winter we mist a little more because of the dry air, but it usually stays pretty humid and warm in that specific room, we have frogs and other reptiles in the room that have heat in there as well.


   

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