Thank you so much for that info, that’s very interesting to hear about the added feeding response, I will try that, I did actually get a terra fan by lucky reptile, I think, one fan pushes air, one pulls air, they are just 6cm across, it’s an extremely low volume of air but it’s perfect, the cabinet is in the corner of a room and the doors are shut at night and there wasn’t any air flow as such so I worry a little less now, humidity doesn’t see a problem, or lack of it and as I say the air movement is slight but I hope just enough. It’s a very neat fan kit, and very quiet. So I’m hoping I’ll be o.k.I had to use a fan to remove excess moisture in my C versicolor enclosure, bad info about humidity.
He sailed through with flying colors. He would actually move towards the airflow due to excess moisture.
Normally you don't need a fan, but I did notice that they get a good feeding response with a GENTLE breeze. I guess insects are more likely to fly around so it's worth feeding.
I think those are wise and sensitive words! Thank you.It's interesting to see how they respond to gentle stimulation. I've learned a lot about tarantulas by manipulating their environment. Being gentle and conservative is the secret to keep them safe.