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Caging photos

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

  1. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal 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. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal Old Timer

    Odd...

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

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal 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. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal 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. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal Old Timer

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

    -Bryan
     
  6. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal 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. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal 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. SkyeSpider

    SkyeSpider Previously TheEternal Old Timer

    The top of the rack.

    -Bryan