I was wondering what everyone thinks about worms being added to a bioactive set-up for a ball python? The set-up has been established for about 2 years now. There are springtails, isopods and a few other "clean-up crew" critters that have established and flourished. There are live plants growing in the enclosure, including dracaena, mass cane, bromeliad, epipremnum and a few varieties of philodendron. The humidity in the set-up stays around 60-65%, but it is the temperature of 78-90 degrees that worries me. Can worms survive in a soil substrate that is roughly 6-9" deep and has snake waste being added to it?