Moldy Substrate?

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Re: Moldy Substrate?

Post by Julsie » Sun Jan 05, 2020 7:58 pm

curlysister wrote:As stated, the white fuzzy mold isn't bad for the hermit crabs - it's only really an issue if the humans are allergic. Like Riniky said, mold will happen in any environment where the temp and humidity are as high as crabs need. As for air circulation, they get enough air exchange when we open the lid to change food, water, etc.
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Re: Moldy Substrate?

Post by Julsie » Sun Jan 05, 2020 7:58 pm

RiNiKy506 wrote:What is molding? Their food? You can remove the moldy food pieces on the substrate that they track around. Having their food mold after a few days is normal for the conditions that the hermit crabs need to live in.
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