Advertisement I've had to change my heated spaces strategy lately due to an incident with the heating cable, and now have my tubs in wooden snake vivs with thermostatically controlled heat mats. I'm a stickler for ensuring a night time temperature drop, but am now having to include another enclosure for which I don't have the ability to force a night time drop (so perhaps a constant 23C). I keep various feeders in there, but it caused me to wonder whether other keepers don't bother with a night time temp drop, and what their experiences are. I also not that some species handle lower temps fine, whereas other stop eating if it doesn't hit higher (e.g 27C). So I'm starting this thread as a survey to get an idea of how we all heat our centipede enclosures. Add a reply vaguely covering these: How you heat (heatmats, cable, cabinet, entire room, none, etc...) What temperatures you get in the enclosures/cabinets. What temperatures you experience indoors (or even outdoors) where you live. What you do for a night time drop, if any. What species. What your thoughts and observations are. Bonus point for photos Of course you might be keeping different parts of your collection in different ways etc... so I don't expect messages to follow these bullet points, but I think it would be good for us to see what one another do for heating.