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any other souther'in crabbers have extra humidity?

Discussion in 'Discussions, Theories and Trial Ideas' started by sirenequidanse, Apr 4, 2012.

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    sirenequidanse (Micro Crab)

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    ok, i'm in tn used to have mesh lid with plastic worked fine. now have plexiglass. we tend to have 100% humidity here. I'm thinking on going back to my old method, or get a lighthouse lol :rain: :saberfight: :puke: anyone else in south, and what are you using thanks.
     
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    timebandit (Large Crab)

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    I have a screen lid with plexiglass lid on top of the screen. If the humidity gets to high I can just slid the plexiglass open part way. If I dont mine is also 100%.
     
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    sirenequidanse (Micro Crab)

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    thanks TRIXIE problem solved ! :straw:
     
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    liagiba "First Molt In Progress"

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    I have a screen lid and I only cover half of it with plastic wrap. My humidity is always between 80-85%. If it gets high after I wet the substrate, I completely uncover it and turn on the lamp for a while.
     
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    sirenequidanse (Micro Crab)

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    thanks liagiba, love this site everyone is so helpful! :twirl: :eek:nhead: :dance:
     
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