http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?aid=2719 i think 70-80 is
a little high for russians, 60-70 should be the perfect level of humidity for
them. If u want to keep it at a constant humidity level, buy one of these
Russians does not require a high level of humidity like the Red foots, so spraying the enclosure 2 to 3 times a day should do the trick. Having some kind of lid over the top should help keep in the humidity.
I live in texas and it gets to the three digits quite often, i keep my russians
outside 24/7. It looks like you got alot of shade for them, so there shouldn't
be any worries, they're made to withstand heat.
It doesn't look too bad, but russians need A LOT of room because they like
to roam thats why an outdoor enclosure is always better if you have room
for one and the condition is right. Glass is a no bueno, you don't want them to know that theres a bigger world out there that they can roam...
Hi! welcome to the forum. I dont' know much about red foots, but its very
likely that its not a good idea to feed worms too much. Weeds and vegies is
the safer route. I suggest slowly adding greens into with the worm, and
slowly taking the worm out, only feed it every other day or...