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Josh Craig

New tank.

Now I just gotta find an inhabitant. Im gonna be looking for a burrowing species at the upcoming show.

New tank.
Josh Craig, Dec 14, 2016
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    • Abyss
      Nice setup, i would not go burrower tho as you'd need to raise the sub alot but a terestrial would do nicely!!!
    • Josh Craig
      @Abyss The goal would be for it to burrow behind the log where I raised the sub to around 5 inches. (Ive already pre made a burrow entrance but you know how that goes:D) Unless I can find a small species of tarantula that catches my eye this tank will only house a juvie/subadult. Being that its only 3 gallons.
    • Chapat
      Very nice, what enclosure is that?
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    • Josh Craig
      I think I will add more sub though. I don't like all the empty space at the top. And I might go with a Neoholothele incei. I like the fact that they web a lot and stay on the smaller side.
    • Josh Craig
      @Chapat Its the ZooMed insect enclosure that Petsmart sells. I took the wire screen out of the lid and cut a piece of acrylic to fit it. Then drilled holes for ventilation.
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    • Abyss
      Ah got ya, i guess from a pic its hard to tell size haha my bad :)
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    • KezyGLA
      wow that looks nice and deep ! You could get loads of sub in there *ahem* gigas *ahem* ;)

      How large exactly though?
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    • Josh Craig
      @KezyGLA It's only 3 gallons. I may do a communal of Theraphosa blondi.;)
    • Josh Craig
      @Abyss it really could use more. I'm gonna raise it and take that pitiful pothos out and add a "fuller" one. Lol
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    • KezyGLA
      Keep me updated. I could then pass the info on :troll:

      ooooooh thats large. Get a communal H. gabonensis set up :D
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