- Apr 16, 2019
Even within the same country? (Can you not travel with inverts to another state within Australia?)In Western Australia theres been even stricter import regulations for a while. They will literally search your car for prohibited items and any invert keepers there require a license to import T's across the border.
Everywhere except WA and maybe Northern Territory, you are fine to travelEven within the same country? (Can you not travel with inverts to another state within Australia?)
Which enclosure is your GBB? Currently looking for housing ideas when my sling grows.Here's my collection of 14.
N. coloratovillosus: "Lucille" (female)
L. klugi: "Verdugo" (male)
P. regalis: Sterling (male)
P. cambridgei: Crawlspace (female)
C. huahini: Blair (male)
P. murinus: Moto (mature male)
P. auratus: Carmen (female)
T. albopilosus: Grizzly (female)
A. seemani: Dampé (male)
T. violaceus: Ichabod (male)
B. auratum: Xochitl (unsexed)
C. cyanopubescens: Lazuli (unsexed)
S. calceatum: Jumanji (unsexed)
T. stirmi: Priscilla (female)
The perspective may make it difficult to see, but in my T. stirmi's enclosure, I installed an acrylic lid underneath the expanded metal to keep her from getting stuck in the grate. Carmen says happy 4th of July to all you Americans out there!
My GBB is actually still a sling. It's in a dram vial. As they grow, you can house them as you would any other terrestrial, except with slightly more height between the substrate and the lid and include anchor points for webbing.Which enclosure is your GBB? Currently looking for housing ideas when my sling grows.