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The Container Thread

Discussion in 'Tarantula Chat' started by Venari, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. Bengal21

    Bengal21 Arachnopeon

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    This was formerly the home of a bunch of ground Cumin. Now it's the home of my 0.0.1 P. regalis. The top is perfect. One door for feeding, and one for ventilation.

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  2. ISBW

    ISBW Arachnopeon

    Hmmmmm

    :eek: I hope you didn't mean what I think you meant. I'll pass over it. :eek:
     
  3. Bengal21

    Bengal21 Arachnopeon

    I have no idea what you meant...
     
  4. bloodpythonMA

    bloodpythonMA Arachnosquire

    Here are some container store ones I made.
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    I have a few more awesome ones that I HAVE to take some pictures of! :D
     
  5. jbm150

    jbm150 Arachnoprince

    I found these at SuperTarget days after I spent $30 in Kritter Keepers :mad:

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    These, with modification, would have been a damn sight better for burrowers. Now, I just look at them and I can't wait til I have an excuse to buy some.
     
  6. Venari

    Venari Arachnobaron

    You need an excuse to buy cheeseballs? Tomorrow's Friday...there's your excuse!!
     
  7. jbm150

    jbm150 Arachnoprince

    LOL thats pretty funny. Actually I was just going to throw the junk inside away :}
     
  8. they make awesome enclosures. i have a P. murinus in this one, and plan to set up four more for my pokies and P. irminia.
     
  9. jbm150

    jbm150 Arachnoprince

    Nice, didn't see that before. Have you tried getting your obt out of it yet? With the small lid, I imagine it might be tough to chase it out if its not exactly accomodating.

    If (when) I get these, I'm thinking I'm going to cut the entire top off and rig an acrylic top flat across it. Something like that anyways.....
     
  10. AgentD006las

    AgentD006las Arach-how about..NO Active Member

    Awesome thread. Been watching this for a while. My turn.. :)

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  11. bloodpythonMA

    bloodpythonMA Arachnosquire

    Sweet enclosures and I'm VERY envious of those a. Minatrix.
    You can send one my way asap :D
     
  12. bloodpythonMA

    bloodpythonMA Arachnosquire

    Some pics of the arboreal sling enclosures I made :)
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    And a long-winded "how-to" guide :rolleyes:
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  13. curiousme

    curiousme Arachnoprince Old Timer

    We recently made 6 P. irminia enclosures out of clear plastic cheeseball containers that we got from Target. They make nice clear arboreal enclosures and are fairly big.

    Here is all 6 of them:

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  14. Venari

    Venari Arachnobaron

    Very nice!!
     
  15. Venari

    Venari Arachnobaron

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    I drilled three holes for air in the lid on top, but it happened after these pics were taken.
     
  16. AgentD006las

    AgentD006las Arach-how about..NO Active Member

    MMMmmm PB filled Pretzels.. The container is nice too. ;)
    I like seeing everyones ideas in this thread. Lets keep it going!
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  17. bloodpythonMA

    bloodpythonMA Arachnosquire

    They have 3 different levels of this container at target. I absolutely LOVE then! They look SOOO sharp! I just drilled 3 Air holes at the top of each side.
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  18. Hatr3d

    Hatr3d Arachnosquire

    Got some of these today, p.e.r.f.e.c.t. to house some of my fossorial species. Cd for size comparison, lazy to measure it.

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  19. Venari

    Venari Arachnobaron

    Some of these pics are giving me good ideas for when I get back into the hobby!
     
  20. Formerphobe

    Formerphobe Arachnoking Arachnosupporter

    May I suggest that the container thread become a sticky? :)
     
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