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    Alright I'm still setting things up and did expect these to show up so soon but what I've got so far is a 27 gallon black heavy duty tote, a 12x8 zoo med uth, a couple egg flats and some zoomed natural adult bearded dragon food. I've modified the lid using some sort of plastic mesh I found in the knitting/yarn section of wally world but I'm still waiting on a thermostat and more egg flats.

    I got 100 small, 100 medium and 10 male and 20 female breeders which is actually more like 8 males I think because 2 died in transport I really couldn't find any information on if I could instantly house them all together or what so I just put them all in there. They are in a warm room next to an oil heater so they arent gonna freeze to death until the thermostat gets here lol.

    I've got to do some grocery shopping and I've already gone over @Elizabeth Freer 's write up on them





    So far it looks like almost all of them like them, We've only been feeding them the medium size ones and a few babies on accident but no issues taking them down.
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    I get free egg flats from a local restaurant that serves a lot of breakfasts. I sort them out and just use the cleanest flats.

    I lay a double layer of paper towels on top of the egg flats. I moisten those paper towels just about every other day for dubia and for crickets.
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    They'll need a source of water too. You can use water crystals, damp (not wet) paper towels on top of the egg crates...I have also used a wet sea sponge in a small Tupperware lid. Refresh the water at least every other day.
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    In the pic you can see a paper towel in the corner, its in a upside down tupperware lid and its plenty wet. I seen people using orbees (water crystals) so i was gonna pick some of them up too.
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