that's sufficent (depending on the lid [how many holes], the volumen of the tanks [= smaller volume and you might have two watering them three times a year] and the relative air humidity in the area where you live).ahkiu said:apart from your twice yearly dipping of the t's container in the bath, do you do any additional watering to maintain humiditiy? or was the 2 times in the bath sufficient?
There are no evil species of tarantulaAlbinoDragon829 said:Hey, I've been into arachnoculture for a fair amount of time now and I'm finally getting around to more evil species of tarantula. Soon, I will be purchasing a haplopelma lividium (cobalt blue) and I hear it is a massive burrower. Don't get me wrong, but I do want the T to have almost an exact replica of it's natural habitat... But I would like to see it more often than most people say cobalt blue's come into vision... I mean, come on, they are a very good looking species. But to get to my question, what kind of a burrow should I set up, or what else should I do that would benefit my viewing of the T and it's living both? :?
that never happend to me respectively to any of my theraphosids so far.Lyle Beach said:Martin: In post #78.... I am wondering, with so much substrate above the T... do you ever worry about a collapse? Seems that the heavy substrate would crush the T?
finally it's available now:Martin H. said:
the cereal storage containers are bought in the supermarket, the glass tanks are custom made.JimBaskey said:Wow, great pics, Martin. I really like your setup idea. Just wondering, where can you buy those containers you have?