terrarium on the cheap

DreamWeaver8

Arachnosquire
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Cool design. I would just make sure the opening closes good or put a latch on it or something.
 

Red Eunice

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Way to think outside the box. :)
Nice looking enclosure.
What size is your Hap? I've an AF thats dug through 11" of soil, I'm sure mine would like more depth.
 

JayWebb

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and hopefully the haplo will only be there for a few months. it will move on to a deeper enclosure. and thanks for the critique. my first shot at re tasking. lol
 

Red Eunice

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and hopefully the haplo will only be there for a few months. it will move on to a deeper enclosure. and thanks for the critique. my first shot at re tasking. lol
IME, they're a medium to fast growth rate. Dependent on feeding intervals and room temps.
Snapped a photo of my AF E.murinus enclosure, similar, but vertically positioned. This was an empty dog biscuit container that I repurposed for her. Only seen in the late evenings, which is normal for OB species. Lol!
 

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