New A. geniculata housing

YagerManJennsen

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Just something I whipped up in a few minutes. Hope you like.
Plants are from a craft store
Cork bark hide(moved from previous enclosure)
Ceramic dish from the kitchen.
A granite rock for aesthetics.
 

EulersK

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I don't really know how to set one up a different way
I hear that. Anything more than substrate, a water dish, and a terra cotta pot is beyond my level. This makes my enclosures look like prisons :D I like the huge water dish, by the way. I think people keep this species far too dry. Just because it can handle it doesn't mean it should have to!
 

Dovey

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Yep on that! I sort of stabilize my water dishes by laying a carpet of pillow moss around them--also serves to soak up moisture for better humidity, which In AZ is an important factor for tropicals. What am I saying? I do the same thing with my desert chalcodes!
 

YagerManJennsen

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I hear that. Anything more than substrate, a water dish, and a terra cotta pot is beyond my level. This makes my enclosures look like prisons :D I like the huge water dish, by the way. I think people keep this species far too dry. Just because it can handle it doesn't mean it should have to!
rightio! no reason to make your T live on the limits of it's tolerability.
 
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