- Oct 28, 2007
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- United States
I keep my group between the temps of 40-60 degrees. Obviously it's about 60 now in their tank. In winter temps will drop and that's when I usually see eggs. P. ruber can lay during different times of the year depending on population but mine lay in winter. Also I use sand as a main substrate and larger rocks to create hides and dens.I'm getting a big group of ltc adults. Any suggestions or tips on keeping these guys?
I suggest creating a similar setup to their actual habitat and have some sort of flow in the tank. I did notice females maid nests in areas that had a decent amount of flow.