Started my dubia colony, I received them on Monday, 40 females 10 males, adults. They're in something like a 20 gallon sterilite bin (it's roughly 2x1x1). One end has vertically oriented egg flats, and I'm heating with a heat mat. Temps vary from 86-92 with a digital thermometer and surface temps on the floor are 90-100 with a temp gun where the mat touches (about half the bin) and more like 80-85 at the "cool" end where the mat isn't touching. Humidity is 90%. I'm feeding Fluker cricket feed and a few carrot slices right now and I also have a dish of water gel for them. Anyway, it's not a huge die-off or anything but I've lost 4-5 so far. The others are all seemingly active, I don't go messing around with them too much but I see them popping their heads out between the egg flats and hear them scurrying around in there. Just wondering if anything I've done sounds way off where I'd be killing them or if it's more like a few maybe not coming through the bouncing around of shipping all that well. I didn't have any DOA's but I did have a few come out a little lethargic, maybe those are the ones that didn't make it?