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Gaylordlizard

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Question: if California (the place that I live) is on fire and having excessive heatwaves do I still have to wait 24 hours after a molt for Momo to be considered fully dry? Lol. I'd really like to feed them and put them in their new enclosure sooner today.

 

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Damn, I clicked onto this thinking it was a thread about drying dead mantids out ready for preservation in resin - morbid I know, but I've been looking into it today 😂 hope you're all safe in California!

 

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Damn, I clicked onto this thinking it was a thread about drying dead mantids out ready for preservation in resin - morbid I know, but I've been looking into it today 😂 hope you're all safe in California!
Oh sorry, lol. That sounds really cool so I hope you find a way to do that! And thank you!

 

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