I keep mine on moderatly moist peat moss at room temp, which is about 75-77 degrees F. I feed them once a week, either a dubia roach nymph or a meal worm. Not much else really. I don't monitor humidity so I cannot tell you what it should be at.just curious if any one can help with a few tips on the singapore blue,im going to get a baby,whats the best temp,etc etc.thanx!!
If you have a baby, and it has been getting darker on the legs and abdomen, that is why it is not eating. I have 16 1.5"-2" singa blues-all turned dark at the same time, alll molted in the span of 2 days. I honestly cannot wait for this breeding project.mine hasnt been eating. temp and humidity as well as airflow are perfect. it has constructed a great web tunnel in some moss and i see it everyday but its just not taking much food. im feeding it small baby pinhead crickets.