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I mira Feeding 2 of 3

I mira Feeding 2 of 3
viper69, Jul 16, 2016
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      What a beauty! Cant wait to get one of these.
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    • bryverine
      What kind of enclosure is this?
    • KezyGLA
      I love these. Quite the pet hole but they are sooooo nice!
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    • viper69
      @bryverine AMAC box, flat top model. I drilled the holes in with a power drill attached to a "frame" turning it into a drill press.
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    • bryverine
      @viper69 what size is this T? The plastic looks super thick for an amac.
    • viper69
      @bryverine Haven't measured, but certainly over an inch, about 1.5" DLS, maybe 2. I had my cam phone up close. It's their standard box.
    • bryverine
      @viper69 that's beautiful for <2"! They get their adult colors quickly I take it.

      Gosh, those sure are something!
    • viper69
      @bryverine Yes they do, which is nice. The blue isn't bright by itself, it required a flashlight, at least for mine it does. W/out the light the toes are battleship gray at least for mine. The rest of the colors are what you see.

      The only trap door T known to man. Check them out on YouTube they can be rather amusing when they seek out food. Sometimes they run out of their trapdoors for dinner and can't find their way back in with lightning speed, and they almost look "confused" hehe. There's a video of that on YouTube.
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