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Pyrdacor

Arachnoknight
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I'am just interested in how you keep your T's. I prefer glasstanks above everything else because they are pretty good for display. I just house my smaller ones in plastic cages sometimes.

Cheers,

Chris
 

sunnymarcie

Celestial Spider
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Critter keepers and plastic jars, sterlite shoe boxes.
The shoe boxes are best, they are light and you can stack them up:D That means, lots of T's in a small living area:)
 

Lopez

Arachnoking
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Glass > all

But it's heavy, expensive and looks manky when it gets dirty.
My adults are in glass tanks, my juves are in small plastic specimen trays, and the arboreal slings live in little plastic spice jars.
 

conipto

ArachnoPrincess
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Glass does look really nice. It's also heavy, get's filthy from finger prints, and stays kinda cold to the touch. I've taken a liking to the 'faunarium' brand of kritter-keeper's. They're almost black on the lids, and come in several T-friendly dimensions..

Bill
 

Chris

Arachnoknight
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I am also a big fan of the kritter keepers. I like that they are cheap, as well as durable and perfectly suited to keep T's in.

I also use a lot of clear rubbermaid storage boxes. I have some great ones that have windows on the lids too!
 
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