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Old 02-05-2019, 11:59 AM
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About three or four years ago, I discovered a very effective means of pest control for my orchids in S/H. Needed to be something that would tolerate the consistently moist environment. Finally found the perfect match. Meet
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Neat. Are those local frogs?
Yes. Little tree frogs with sticky feet. They're all over in the summer, like to climb up side of house by back porch. I leave my back porch light on to attract bugs every night so they can entertain me on the screens.

The one who's hibernating right now has been in basement since winter 2015, another since 2016, and the third from 2018. The one from 2017 disappeared. Likely carried out on a plant in the spring of 2018. I can't tell male from female, so I try to have three down there to improve some breeding odds.

Have a friend who has a chameleon in an upstairs bedroom dedicated to orchids who just wanders around. I would love to have one down there (basement), but it's not warm enough. And don't have a room in my house I'm willing to keep that high of humidity in.
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