Are these setups alright? Please rate, thanks!

Storm76

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For A. amazonica (Manaos)
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For A. versicolor
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For E. pulcherimaklaasi (approx. 3cm) - size of the terra 30x30x20cm
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For P. Irminia (approx 3cm) - size of the terra 30x30x40cm
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Mind you, I'm a beginner but I read my share and used some impressions I found on the net. The ones for the Avics won't be used before they've grown a bit, though.
However, I'm thinking of placing the corc tube in the P.irminia setup differently, else I'll disturb her every single time I change water. Plus - I don't really want her to jump at because I spooked her :)


Let me know. Thanks!
 

hedwigdan

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Personally Id add more sub to most of them! as for the avic setup how tall is it?
The E.pulcherimaklaasi and the P.irminia the setup's seem quite big for a 3cm T..Is that LP or BL?
 

Storm76

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Pure BL, without legs, yes. And she's between 2,5 - 3cm BL soooo should be fine since they grow pretty quick.

The Avic cases are 18cm high, for 2cm BL Avic spiderlings that's ok I was told...

As for the substrate - that might just look as if there's only a bit in there, but I assure you: The Avics have like 2-3cm, the E. pulcherimaklaasi has 5-6cm (since I read they sometimes do burrow a bit) and the irminia one has also like 4cm substrate.
 

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Is that bark/wood chips in the P. irminia enclosure?

Anything for an arboreal should have more height than length/width.
 

Storm76

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Is that bark/wood chips in the P. irminia enclosure?

Anything for an arboreal should have more height than length/width.
Yep, the arboreals do have more heigth than width :) 10cm taller than wide actually.
The P.Irminia cage has the usual coconut substrate, a corkbark backscreen, corkbark tube and 1 random piece of corkbark in it. That wood is liana.
 
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