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Old 09-11-2018, 02:51 AM
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The best shots of been able to get so far, these guys are turning out to be bolder than I expected! Iíve had them for close to two months now and they never fail to come out for feeding or misting.
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Old 09-11-2018, 03:15 AM
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Very nice. I've always wanted some but never pulled the trigger.
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Very nice. I've always wanted some but never pulled the trigger.


If you get a chance they make great low-traffic room inhabitants! Even without feeding Iíll regularly see 1-2 out.
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Old 09-11-2018, 04:33 PM
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I have several of these guys and they are always bold when in tub before I put them in vivarium but then once I put them in hardly see them. I really like the vittatus colors are amazing.
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I have several of these guys and they are always bold when in tub before I put them in vivarium but then once I put them in hardly see them. I really like the vittatus colors are amazing.


I donít know if itís what helps, but I have a deepish leaf litter layer with large magnolia leaves they seem to love. I think the safer they feel the more likely they are to come out?
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A quick shot from feeding today!
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I agree that usually works but I have a lot of cover. I have reduced time fans fun to boost humidity, misting system works well.
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I meant reduced time fans run.
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