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I mira - Trap Door Side View

Before the I mira was added, the substrate level used to be at the level of dim white bar off to the left. Once the I mira was added, and after 2 excavations with 1 molt between each, you can see the increase in height of the substrate. This AMAC container is 4.5" x 3.5" (width) x 4.5"

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I mira - Trap Door Side View
viper69, Jul 16, 2016
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      @Trenor Thought of you when I posted this one. Off a smartphone, not the high res of a DSLR. S/he has increased the trapdoor height on the left slop as it molted a few weeks ago. You can see the top of another trapdoor at the back right barely. It's one long tube/cave. What can't be observed is another trapdoor that extends beyond towards the back left corner, less used.
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      Trenor
      Pretty cool. I wish my two had not covered up the back part of their wall tunnels.
    • Trenor
      I did snag a nice video of one of them feeding the other day.
      I.mira Feeding
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    • viper69
      S/he is busy expanding its trap door as I write this, very interesting. I don't get to see that too often. I haven't ever seen them make a a trap door however.
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