2 Homemade enclosures and a rehouse.

Red Eunice

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As many on the forum know, I build all my arboreal enclosures, except for the slings.
On the left is juvenile size: 5"X5"X10".
On the right the adult size: 10"X10"X14".
Edit: right one is 8"X8"X14"

Today I rehoused P. regalis #1 into her larger home, it was overdue.
Setup took a couple of minutes, using my bridge method, and less than 1 minute to actually rehouse her. One gentle nudge of the paintbrush on her bum was incentive enough. She was immediately exploring the new home before being set on the shelving unit. :) All in all, the total time of the process was under 5 minutes.
 

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viper69

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A Regalis Palace ;) I'd decorate some more, see what, if any, new behavior you observe.
 

Red Eunice

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A Regalis Palace ;) I'd decorate some more, see what, if any, new behavior you observe.
Going to Michael's craft store to get more foilage, three 6' pieces.
Will add along the side for more hiding spots. It does look rather bare in there. Good observation!
 

viper69

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Going to Michael's craft store to get more foilage, three 6' pieces.
Will add along the side for more hiding spots. It does look rather bare in there. Good observation!
Man, can't have a T like that in such a good sized space, thinking it's in the State Pen. yard. :D
 
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