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Jack Mccormack

Arachnopeon
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Oct 20, 2018
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Hi everyone, I have seem to accidentally made my selenotypus sp 5s enclosure a bit too moist and the humidity is pushing 90% and sometimes more, would it be better to try and dry out the substrate or just get rid of the current substrate and put new substrate in
 

FrDoc

Gen. 1:24-25
Arachnosupporter
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Jul 18, 2017
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Pictures of the enclosure in question would be very helpful. However, unless it’s saturated, just let the substrate dry. The amount of ventilation is also a major factor regulating the moisture of the substrate. Additionally, “humidity” is not a factor in tarantula husbandry, but the amount of moisture in the substrate.
 

Mvtt70

Arachnobaron
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Jul 31, 2017
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If its soaking wet I'd take it out and dry it/bake it (don't put the T back on it if its still hot obviously).
 
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