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Setups *PICS*

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by Tarantula Lover, Jan 26, 2003.

  1. Tarantula Lover

    Tarantula Lover Psalmopoeus Lover Old Timer

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    I am not sure if i have the best setups for my t's, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

    1st: My Trinidad Chevron (Inside and Outside)
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    2nd: My B.smithi

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    3rd: My 2 Curlies
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  2. Bjorgly

    Bjorgly Arachnodemon Old Timer

    Get rid of the woodchips if that is what your using as substrate.

    Mark
     
  3. dennis

    dennis Arachnodemon Old Timer

    What's wrong with woodsnips? I use them too. I have a few inches pure peat, on top of that I have a small layer of 1/4" woodsnips, my gosea and boehmei both seem to like it.

    Ðennis
     
  4. MrT

    MrT Arachnoking Old Timer

    Is that aspen shavings? :? James?

    Ernie
     
  5. Tarantula Lover

    Tarantula Lover Psalmopoeus Lover Old Timer

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    It is called Lizard Litter, it has been working fine for me!
     
  6. MrT

    MrT Arachnoking Old Timer

    Then whats your question? :)
     
  7. Tarantula Lover

    Tarantula Lover Psalmopoeus Lover Old Timer

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    What can I do to make my enclosure more creative!:)
     
  8. MrT

    MrT Arachnoking Old Timer

    Well, you might get some cork bark. You could lean a long piece in the T C's cage and hot glue a plastic plant or vine to it. Then cut some small pieces for your curly's to burrow under and the smithi to sit on. That would jazz it up a little.

    Erine
     
  9. pamandron

    pamandron Arachnosquire Old Timer

    James: You could add a little greenery to the trinidad's cage. Make sure it is something soft, so she doesn't hurt herself on it. We use a lot of greenery in our homes, and it really spruces things up. For the curlies you might want to put in a little burrow. We use pvc pipe. They like to burrow sometimes. I hope this helps, :) Pam
     
  10. pamandron

    pamandron Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Ernie, I am so sorry. I didn't mean to take away from what you said. I should've read your reply better. Forgive me, Pam
     
  11. MrT

    MrT Arachnoking Old Timer

    It cool. We're thinking the same things.;)

    Ernie
     
  12. atavuss

    atavuss Arachnoprince Old Timer

    James, do you have a "Micheals" or other type craft shop in your area? if so, check them out for silk plants to add to your enclosures to "jazz" them up a bit if that is the way you want to go. the craft shops are cheaper than the silk plants that petco, petsmart, etc. sells.
    Ed
     
  13. Tarantula Lover

    Tarantula Lover Psalmopoeus Lover Old Timer

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    Thanx

    Wow guys! Thanks for all of the replies! I will make sure to take all suggestions into considerations and will let let you know the outcomes and pics! Thanks you very much!

    James