How are you keeping the humidity up?
What substrate? Though you can sometimes have random growths, even mushrooms so I wouldn’t worry too much about that at all, we have mushrooms in a couple of our bio vivs! Perfectly fine
What tank/viv are you using?
For substrate I mix in orchid bark, sphagnum moss, even charcoal is good for the clean up crew!
I gotcha! I don’t think either of mine are exo Terra, but definitely the equivalent in a different brand. I’ll try misting them more often. I’ve just noticed stuff growing in the soil so I felt like I was probably misting too much.
And I’ll amp up the decor. I gotta take the kiddos school shopping later so we’ll make a trip to Petco as well!
No they don’t get out.
Online is usually best place, if bio they’re needed to keep it clean or you’re going to have to clean out poo weekly!
They’ll eat any left overs foods, poop etc.
Lots of isopods to choose from too!
I’d definitely say higher humidity is needed. She might be in the substrate to help with the humidity, but it’s more than likely just a nervous thing as mine tend to do that when I first get them.
I’d suggest just before her next shed… getting a tub big enough for her, put paper towel in the bottom and make it super humid but don’t put her in water… Leave her there for about 10-20 minutes then pop her back in her enclosure. I used this trick and worked great, you should only need to do it once then she should be able get the remaining shed off with her next shed.
It’s best if humidity does not go below 70% for her till the stuck shed is fixed.
Do be careful with the fur as your enclosure isn’t bioactive but it’s likely to get a few bits here and there. All mine are bioactive, live plants are suppose to help with humidity levels but that’s a different topic.
I find that covering half of the vents up top helps retain the humidity a little better, but I’ve only needed to do this a few months of the year.