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Caging photos

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by TheEternal, Aug 21, 2002.

  1. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

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    Since it seems everyone wants to see photos of cages, I thought I'd start a thread for it, and post a few of my pictures.

    The first is my female curlyhair. She gets to sit by my computer. It's a 5.5 gallon reptile cage.

    -Bryan
     
  2. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Odd...

    Let me try loading the image again...
     
  3. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Here's the cage for my T. blondi, Gion. It's a 20 gallon long with lots of digging and hiding room. The lid has four locks, as well. The label is so no one messes with her while I'm not looking ;)

    -Bryan
     
  4. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

    This is the cage for my male curlyhair, Tweek. He tends to climb and fall often, so I used a large, flat petpal. It works well :)

    -Bryan
     
  5. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

    This is my newly caught (as of last night) wolf spider. It's in a 2.5 gallon. Nothing fancy.

    -Bryan
     
  6. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

    My A. versicolor gets the nicest cage in the room. It's a custom made 12"x12"x6" terrarium with a glass lid (for higher humidity, but still maintains good ventilation). She also has live plants in her cage. Definately my favorite setup!

    -Bryan
     
  7. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

    These last two are the rack of delicups. Ignore the rosehair that looks cramped. He's getting a new home today, and that's his traveling cup.

    -Bryan
     
  8. TheEternal

    TheEternal Arachnoprince Old Timer

    The top of the rack.

    -Bryan