Could it be to big

BigSam

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Could it be to big?? The cage that I those T'z in are they to big?? They are not tall but they are about as big as a "cd". What kind of subrate should I have in there?? I had that cypress moltch in there but the crickets where getting away from them so I changed it to that potting soil. I kinda need some help here??

Thankz


Sam,
 

MrT

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Sam,
The slings need to be in small pill vials. If the cage is too big the sling wont be able to find its prey.

Ern
 

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Neo

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What happen if your parents or someone think there are medicine in the vails and open it, lol?

As long as you keep it in a certain place... hey nice vail though. I got a totally clear one. I can't stand looking at something through something that makes it blurry.
 

atmosphere

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Imagine if a cop searched your house . Ok sir whats in the vial ? Spiders ohh thats the best one i've heard . Then they open it that would be hysterical !=D
 

Neo

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"Sir this looks like weed" put your ^%$$ hands up in the air now.

"Wait its for a spider! Stop! Wait Let me show you!"

"Omg he's trying to pull a fast one on us!"

"Sir! Put your Mother $#$*&*& hands in the air NOW!!"

"Sir do not touch the evidence!!"

" But...but"

Bullet shots...lol. =D

Fatal Vails....hehe
 

SpiderTwin

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How large are the T's you are speaking of? If they are slings, they should be in a small vial or something not any larger than a baby food jar. As for substrate, I use the shredded coconut, you can also use peat and/or vermiculite.

Keep the container proportionate to the T. For arboreals, give them some height so they can climb, for terestrials give them more floor space.
 
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