- Mar 1, 2021
I have an 18x18x24 terrarium for dart frogs (which aren't in there yet; for those that remember my old thread, I'm not cohabitating). When I added plants there must have been some hitchhikers because I started seeing millipedes, spiders, gnats, and just today slugs. About a week or two ago I bug-bombed it with CO2 (vinegar + baking soda) and I didn't see any more (but my control fruit flies survived along with gnats). Is there a better way to remove them than filling it with CO2 and repeating when the eggs hatch? Redoing the enclosure isn't an option.