Its a greenbottle blue that is about 2", which means that it is terrestrial and I dont think they like to burrow. And its a 5 in" diameter so in guessing its a 8 ounce deli cupLOL! That was one of my questions too. Plus, is the t an arboreal or terrestrial? Does it like to burrow?
Is it an 8 or 16 ounce deli cup?
There's no concrete rule. Just rehouse them when the old one starts to seem too small, or when they get big enough that YOU need to give them more room to get away from you/hide during cage maintenance.At what size shoould a T be moved from its deli cup to a larger enclosure?
The only difference between an 8oz. and 16oz. deli cup is the height.
Ah, my favorite species! I would probably go ahead and rehouse it into something a little deeper and bigger around. They like to have plants and stuff to web to. All of mine stay off the ground on their webs they've made. I have mine set up with a clay pot for a hide and a plant or two for them to web on if they so choose. As long as there aren't any holes it can fit through in the larger container I would go for it. They are excellent eaters so finding food shouldn't be a problem for them.