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Arachnoangel
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Apr 16, 2003
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I was keeping my temps in the mid 70's.My T's weren't real active and not eating very much.I cranked the temps a few degrees.I now keep the temps in the high 70's-low 80's.What a difference a few degrees makes.My Ts are way more active and eating like crazy.I'd say no less than 78-80 dgrs for happier more active T's.I also find the slightly higher temps help maintain a better humidity level....peace...
 

SpiderTwin

Arachnoangel
Old Timer
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Mar 17, 2003
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910
Very true,
I always try to keep the temp for my T's between 75 and 80 degrees. They eat better and are more active. For the species that need higher humidity, higher temps do have a lot to do with it.

Good job experimenting and finding what works best for your T's.
 

D-Man

Arachnochicano
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Feb 27, 2003
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356
Yup, I keep my slings in the 80-85 range and they're flourishing.
 
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