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You do not want to handle them right after they eclose. Give them at least a week and a half to two weeks to mature and become active then proceed to handle them.


Great! Thank you!!

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And actually, a quick question.. I still have the other one in the pupal chamber I made, but he seems like he wants to get out. I don't want to hurt him as he's still fragile.. should I keep him in there then? Or move him into an enclosure?

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Soak some sphagnum moss in water and then ring it out. Put this in the enclosure. Then you could put the male in there. Experts say 1-2 weeks after hatching is safe but some others just put them in right after they hatch, which is odd.

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