- Jul 27, 2021
No T in there yet.Lovely! Definetly has a "Dave's Little Beasties" vibe to it. Is there already an O. sp Hati Hati residing in it? I see a T in the third picture but it looks more like an Avic to me. I could totally be wrong though. Regardless, yes it's a lovely enclosure that would be suitable for a variety of Asian arboreal species. In addition to the difficulties that @viper69 mentioned with moss, you'll also have to consider the burrow spoil a digging tarantula will create. It's very likely that an O. sp Hati Hati might cover up a good chunk of the moss with loose substrate.
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If you already did the row of bottom holes, nothing more to say.
The moss will help evaporating the moisture more gradually, but do not focus trying to keep it alive, or it could raise the the humidity too much, if it still continues alive with the substrate's moisture, much better.
Take a look on Dave's channel, It's a very good keeper and gives very informative advices. Imho one of the best informative channels out there.
they don’t require too much waterEnclosure looks good, plants will need pruning with the limited space, watch the amount of moisture you add to keep plants thriving without a drainage layer, can get swampy easily.