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Question about winter temps for Charina

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Posted by: schlange at Mon Sep 26 06:40:11 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by schlange ]  
   

I caught two specimens recently and they are my very first charina. As winter nears Iíve been thinking a lot about how cool I can possibly keep them in my house over the winter. I saw Mr. Hoyer tell someone in a thread below not to worry even though the person had their charina at warmer temps year round. Exactly how critical is it to drop their temps way cold in the winter? I know that for people down south it doesn't get too cold in the winter so for their charina it's probably always warm.... but I was just wondering how crucial this is. Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!!

thanks!
Patrick


   

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