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Posted by danielsan on May 07, 2003 at 02:01:49:

In Reply to: help with baby crickets>>> posted by bigdee on May 06, 2003 at 13:18:42:

:I was keeping babies in a rubbermaid with egg crate, damp tissue on a lid and heat pad but they would all die. Someone said they had success with putting moist soil witch I did and they are staying alive. My quetion is how do I keep it moist inside with drowning the crickets by spraying the water?

Check the temp you are getting from the heat pad, possibly too hot. I keep mine on top of my dragon enclosure where it is 30 degrees C. I use plenty of egg cartons and a bunch of cotton wool soaked with water for drinkin. Or you could makeup some water jelly using agar agar powder.




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