Good enclosure for C. Marshalli

Graves6661

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I'll be getting a 3" C. marshalli soon. What is the best size container I can use for an enclosure?
I know this species like to burrow so I'd definitely want something that will allow a deep substrate.

Thanks for the help
 

viper69

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I would also suggest a Really Useful Box as well. They are stackable, lockable, and unlocking them doesn't disturb Ts like most containers do.
 

Graves6661

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I found a storage box similar to the "really useful box" at a local Target. Worked out perfectly for the new T. Although it is abit large since the marshalli I received was 3" legspan when I thought i was buying a 3" body length T. Itll grow into the enclosure in time.

Thanks for the suggestions!
 

viper69

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I found a storage box similar to the "really useful box" at a local Target. Worked out perfectly for the new T. Although it is abit large since the marshalli I received was 3" legspan when I thought i was buying a 3" body length T. Itll grow into the enclosure in time.

Thanks for the suggestions!
No prob. curious to see what box you found. My Target has terrible choices.
 

Graves6661

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Only downside is that its a cloudy clear plastic so its not ideal for displaying the T.
 

viper69

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Only downside is that its a cloudy clear plastic so its not ideal for displaying the T.
Only glass or acrylic is good for display setups.

Checkout glasscages.com you can buy a knockdown version tank, OR just the frame supports and get the acrylic/glass locally. Then you can customize the height as you like from glasscages.
 
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