GeneralZero Posted November 25, 2012 Report Share Posted November 25, 2012 I have some dynastid larvae coming in and was wondering what ways I could keep them warm? I live in NC USA and recently the temperature has been at high 20's to 50ish during the day. My house is rather small and we have a stove oven which typically warms us up just fine, however we do not always have that on.(I work and go to school and so does the girlfriend). So it posses a threat to the climate of my larvae. I will have L3 and L2 Larvae coming and want to know an efficient way to keep them warm. I was thinking of perhaps getting a heat lamp for lizards etc but was thinking of getting a ceramic bulb since it creates no light and emits solely heat that replicate tropical/dessert. http://www.infraredheaters.com/petwarm.html Would this work or would it be too warm? I know they have heating pads as well and since dynastes larvae tend to dig downward I was thinking of that possible route as well. Also, I'm assuming if I did go that route the moisture level would have to be watched significantly more than usual? Any feedback with past/present experiences is greatly appreciated! Thanks, Zero. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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