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Brachypelma Vagans set up
Timj, Jan 28, 2019
    • Arachnophoric
      If you're asking for tips or anything, there's WAY too much height in this enclosure for a heavy bodied robust terrestrial. That's an abdomen rupture waiting to happen.
    • Timj
      @Arachnophoric yeah i am aware of the dangers but she has been in there for over a year with no problems i give her the benefit of the doubt now. the enclosure was passed on to me but it is way to expensive not be used and i have no arboreals big enough but i appreciate your concerns
    • Timj
    • Arachnophoric
      @Timj You do you, but indeed; shame on you if it does happen. Not trying to bust your chops or anything, but I just don't think it's even worth taking the risk personally. I sincerely hope for your T's sake that it never happens. She's a beautiful specimen.

      Perhaps when you do have an arboreal big enough, think on switching those out - you could make a very attractive enclosure for a T that'll utilize the space more. Or maybe just take it as an excuse to get a big female arboreal. ;)
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