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    Thread: Monocentropus balfouri care

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      Monocentropus balfouri care

      Did a little searching here and there and I was wondering if people here coul weigh in on how they care for their balfouri's as I'm seriously thinking about getting me a sling.
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      I've had my balfouri for almost a year, and I keep him/her on the dry side. They come from a very arid place, and I've been told that too much moisture can kill them. I still dampened the eco earth a bit when making it's home but not as wet as I usually would for my other burrowing T's. Mine also only eats crickets....will not eat roaches.
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