Importance of daily fluctuations in the crabitat

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Post by JediMasterThrash » Tue Aug 21, 2007 7:19 am

Maybe it's because of the height (breeders are wide but short, right?), doesn't allow enough air mass. I dunno.
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Post by OIF_VET » Tue Aug 21, 2007 7:49 am

JMT! Excellent work! I have been doing this for a Short while before you had posted this. I just couldn't back it up like you have so eloquently put it.
Crabs in the wild will go through fluctations from season to season.
At the Moment though, I cant for the life of me, or my Crabs, get my RH to drop! It is consistently in the Mid and upper 90's. When I take the "Lid" off the the tat to hopefully allow some evaporation, my temps Drop and so, I have to Turn on "Heat" Lights. But, then again, I am not 100% positive that my Digital Temp/Hygrometer is working Properly.
I have an Indoor/Outdoor Guage. The outdoor transmitter appears to be a Lil corroded around a Sensor.

Anyways, Wonderful Job JMT!
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