- Jan 19, 2014
Look for facts, not opinions, the facts are quite consistent.I do. I read everything I can find and decide what makes sense. Funny how many opions on one subject can differ. Trust your instincts.
Agreed, because this site is so active with so many people always online throughout the world, you really can get answers pretty fast, and any suspect or poor info gets corrected very quickly. After spending time here, you will learn who the people to listen to are and who the people to ignore are...thankfully the latter group has not been making their presence felt lately.just trust the info on the boards here, thats what i do.
That aquarium can be used still, it just needs to be set up completely different. The common way to use them would be to stand it on end, so its taller and create a more vertical habitat.Thank you for the help. I'm quite sure it's a pink toe. It's black with pink on the end of its feet. When the light hits it right there is a blue hue to its head. (Sorry I know that's not the right terminology ) now that I know it's a tree spider im working on getting an upright house for it. Then I want to get a terrestrial for the old tank. (Which is just a ten gallon aquarium) I know this might be a newb thing to say but petco now offers 25 different specis that are all captive breed and at least in my state (ma) they can only sell spiderlings(which I really like since it's hard to tell the age)
Housed as a terrestrial will be very stressful for an avic...and I don't use the word stress very often with ts, but avics need a good vertical home with places to anchor webbing and feel safe.