i came home today to find my second nausuta in a week dead-this time it was one of my adult females. the first one looked a little off since he never went for cover during the day-spent it out sitting-sometimes for long durations in the water - i thought perhaps he was the male that occasionally called at night and was camping out waiting for the females at the water dish. but when i got home today my female was also found dead-aslo floating in the water 'dish' which in no more than 2 inches deep currently -this is lower then her head when sitting! it has been very damp and moderate in temps here -not really getting above 80 outside. the tank has damp soil substrate and layers of dry leaves and cork bark-simulating a temperate forest floor. i am told these are a mountain species and thus should be kept cooler -are the temps too high? it will get down to 60 in here if i leave the window open at night. i can take her in tonight to cut her open to see if there is anything obvious -but any educated ideas on this? anyone know of a good website/care sheet for them?