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Old 09-04-2019, 10:00 PM
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Default Re: Temporary Container Potential Problem?

A concern are the waste gases from any bacterial bloom that will build in stagnant sog situ. Temporary small containment is best kept utilitarian and diligently stewarded. Security and tactile favor for stress important. Easily fulfilled simply. I like light cork crescent pieces and a moist fluffy moss bed.

I keep my small temporaries (that are over a day) modestly moist with a shallow of clean water for hydration. A lid with a pebble. A wasabi dish with 2. A mini petri or similiar.

A temp container is not meant for bioactive potential. Its basically a hospital environs in neutral principle.

As a small tangential; a smudge of fruit baby food on tupp wall will organize FF behavior helpfully. At eyeline level near subject hide opening. It will be of courteous access to the frog impacted by novel situ and reduce chaotic nourishment seeking of the flies, allowing the hygienic efficiency of less being released into containment.
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