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Re: How to keep mold from growinf on Moss?


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Posted by franklin edwards on March 14, 2003 at 18:09:06:

In Reply to: Re: How to keep mold from growinf on Moss? posted by markg on March 14, 2003 at 11:20:10:

Thank you I'll give it a try. I do the same with my pythons but was worried about the humity being high enough so I have beeen keeping it at 80%. Wich may be alittle high.


:1) Better ventilation
:2) Let the moss dry out thoroughly between mistings. The snake can handle it.
:3) Consider keeping the cage dry, and then soaking or putting the snake into a humidity box a few times a week. I do this with my pythons, and their skin stays nice and supple, but the cages remain dry and easier to keep clean that way. Mandarins aren't pythons, I know, but both require some humidity and so the idea might work.





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