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    This is the sponge holder I was talking about in a previous post about keeping humidity up; fill caddy with damp sphagnum moss and spritz daily when you mist the tank...

    https://www.amazon.com/InterDesign-B...8JYDW0AWBB1NEJ
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    Thats actually really smart! Is this something you actively use? Does it help with the humidity?
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    The damp moss does help with the humidity. And the geckos do climb in it, and sometimes rest in it. I would position it on a branch or vine or something; it's pretty lightweight, but it's less likely for the suction cups to give way if it's resting on something.
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