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      Oh I need to go and check out what he prices are here :-)
      I can always use more hides. Great idea Manly.

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      The ones I get aren't nearly that big though. I wonder where I can find some of the really big ones?

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      I’ve use them but I’ve found that with high humidity fungus start to show up. Have you seen that? Or which other treatment do you use?

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      Yes, I have that problem too, but most Ts don't need high moisture in their substrate. Many of my terrestrial Ts (Brachies, Grammies, & Nhandus) thrive in dry conditions in their substrate, so the coconut hides are still great for use there.

      Actually though, I find that my Brachies really love their cork bark half-rounds. They stay on them most of the time. I suspect that has more to do with the pH of the cork versus the coconut. All my Brachies have cork, while the others have coconut hides. I guess my Brachies get preferential treatment.

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      Toss the male in, take him out of the water dish in bolus form the next day.

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