Lady of the mites
- Mar 25, 2015
The problem with vivariums is always the light. I have a viv for my Opheodrys aestivus (green snake) including plants, isopods and even a colony of Panchlora nivea roaches - the adults get eaten by the snakes. That works very well, but those snakes need light with UV to thrive anyway, so the light takes care of the plants, too. Now when my Avics get bigger I was planning to set up something similar, but that means the Avics will have to deal with a daylight lamp for 8-12 hours a day...