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x5dmr
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# Posted: 4 Feb 2004 19:18


I know it would be a bit late to start cooling my tank for a seasonal change in temp. but i was wondering as to whether i would still be able to get my greys to breed. and i know i should keep the relative humidity down low, but of low is low? i live in central ohio if that helps out at all. thanks

Frogbert
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# Posted: 4 Feb 2004 19:27


I haven't brumated my Greys this year because all but 1 are were froglets purchased last summer. I did let the humidity fall a little over the last month. Down to about 53% over night and 46% while the lights are on. As long as they have a clean bowl of fresh toxin free water humidity that low will not hurt. They will find the water to soak.

I sprayed them with rain water the other night. They are calling and trying to amplex already. I have never tried a breeding program. And I believe this years will not be fruitful until late summer.


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x5dmr
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# Posted: 11 Feb 2004 05:30


I have been keeping the humidity a bit lower now. So i will see what happens. Thanks

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