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Hey so whenever I mist my sub adult lueca's they get all active and start jumping around. Its nice to watch but I'm just wondering whats going on? Are they thinking "Oh crap its raining and I'm small and can drown." or is it more like "hey its raining little bugs will be crawling out soon and I can eat.", or am I just totally wrong all together? ha

Also I am wondering How much to mist? I dont have the gauge in there telling me of the humidity but the glass is usually full of condensation even before misting. I just want them fat, happy and healthy so yeah.
 

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They like the increase in humidity. Mine do the same thing. It also makes fruit flies and springtails crawl around more. I think it's just them being frogs. Kinda fun to watch, huh!
 

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My leucs hate to get rained on directly, but come out right out afterwards to hunt anything the water drops stirred up.
 
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