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Haemus

Home options for growing C. cyaneopubescens

Leaning towards #2, but I kind of like the arboreal look of #3. Hmmm...

Home options for growing C. cyaneopubescens
Haemus, May 17, 2017
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    • joseoro11
      3 mostly, but 1 too. I usually look for the aesthetic I'm trying to achieve.
    • Moakmeister
      I'd say 2 if you rearrange the plants to encourage more webbing. I know G. pulchripes isn't a webber, but it might do it if its encouraged.
    • The Grym Reaper
      3, my GBB has probably used a terrestrially-orientated hide twice in her entire life so far, I'm curious to see what it'd do with it set up like that.
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    • Moakmeister
      Wait... wow. What was I thinking? This is an enclosure for a GBB, not a G. pulchripes. I guess I was reading it wrong. Go with 3. Ignore my previous comment.
    • Moakmeister
      What I'm thinking about doing for GBB i get in the future, is make a teepee with toothpicks or plastic straws poking out of the substrate. That'll cause the T to make a giant web pyramid. That would be awesome.
    • Haemus
      Ahh great, now I'm leaning towards 3 too :)

      @The Grym Reaper I was thinking the same thing. Mine never uses the hide I've given it now.

      @Moakmeister Interesting idea, I might lift that lol
    • Moakmeister
      @Haemus in fact, do that. I've heard that if you give a GBB an actual hide, it barely webs at all.
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    • KezyGLA
      They (I would say the majority) have arboreal tendencies when given the option in captivity IME.
    • Haemus
      Thanks for the input everyone. Definitely going to experiment with more arboreal looks. T Enclosures are my rock gardens, I can't seem to settle on a design :)
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