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Posted by Becki on April 29, 2003 at 03:59:28:
In Reply to: we already have red-eyes so we know the normal setup posted by Red-eye_Matt on April 28, 2003 at 19:41:11:
Here's what I did with mine, as advised by Hank (mercedesherp) - their breeder. I kept them in a bare tank, paper substrate, small bowl, a few large river rocks, background on 3 sides, fed daily as much as they would eat, crix dusted every 5 days, day temp 80 night temp 78 and humidity 70%. As they got bigger and more coordinated I slowly added more tank decor and then b-a-b as substrate but if this baby is only the size of a nickel you have a bit as mine were the size of a quarter when I got them and it was several months before I started adding anything. Also as they got bigger, like 1.25 inches, I began to cut back on feedings, going to every other day, dusting once weekly, room temps at night (70-72) and 55-60% humidity. They are a great joy to watch grow! Hope this helps! :)