Nope, the crashes in the other thread are definitely not due to a humidity level that is too low. That container is very tightly sealed--maybe too tight. The crash does not occur until a very heavy population occurs and is thereafter fed. Plus, dehydrated springtails shrivel up into almost nothing, unlike the easily-identified springtails that are rolled over on their backs dead.AJ_Cann said:No ventilation, they need a nearly saturated humidity. I suspect the crashes in the other thread could be due to humidity too low.