B.emilia's new setup

Nixy

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Well I moved the B.emilia set into their new home.
She has been putting down her web "carpet."
He's been exploring.
 

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Grael

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lol cool nice set up ^_^ cant wait for Nova to get that big and make her a cool setup
 

bodc21

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shouldnt you add more substrate?That looks like a pretty good fall if your t's did fall it may not be good-jason
 

conipto

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Hey mom,

Is that divider fixed in place? if not, is that how you plan to get them to hook up, by removing it?

Bill
 

Nixy

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Grael - Thanks, I did some modifications after I took this pick, it's a simple setup all and all.

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bodc21, I added more substrat and "bowled) it for their safety.

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conipto, It's lightly tacked with a few spots of hot glue to keep it from tiping into either enclosier but I Am able to lift it and slide it back into place.

I am planning something more elaberate for later. But figured to put them in a quick simple setup and let them start eyeballing each other.

I can do something more elaberate for future breeding projects.
 

MrT

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bodc21, I added more substrat and "bowled) it for their safety.

I've never heard the term " bowled " before.. What do you do, roll the substrate up the sides, so if the T falls it will roll?

Ernie
 

Nixy

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MrT. Pretty much. It's slopped up the sides a bit. Not so steep that they will roll, but a more gentle grade they can trundle up and down on and move.
I know flat substrat is easier. But I rather like the way they wander around on it. Seems to give them just a touch more trundling room.
 
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