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Thread: Cephalotus in grow tank

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    I'm thinking about putting my ceph in the same tank as my n. hamata and other neps. I will be using a humidifier in the tank. The humidity at night gets about 95% leaving the substrate soaked. Also there will temp drops down into the high 60's. Is this good for ceph's?

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    Sounds great. I don't like to get the crowns wet, but maybe you'll have good luck.

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    Elgecko grows his Cephalotus in a 10 gallon tank. with a fluorescent light on top. I would ask him about the details of setup.

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    Sounds too wet to me, I grow my Ceph's in a not-very humid environment and they do great! Think it makes for tougher, thicker pitchers well.
    But as the saying goes: what works for one, may not for the other...

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