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Xochie

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Sorry the pix arn't very good, she doesn't wanna get out of her hide...I'll keep my eye on her and try to snap some when she's out
 
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P. Novak

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I think you should give her some more substrate to play in, my female always played and dug in the substrate.
 

Xochie

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thanx for the info! I've got some substrate ( forest bed block ) that I haven't used yet. My tank is pretty boring compared to all the others that I've seen. When I re-house, I'll try to rearrange and add more substrate (I'm not liking the coconut subtrate that I currently using)
 

P. Novak

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thanx for the info! I've got some substrate ( forest bed block ) that I haven't used yet. My tank is pretty boring compared to all the others that I've seen. When I re-house, I'll try to rearrange and add more substrate (I'm not liking the coconut subtrate that I currently using)
yup, no problem. I'd reccomend adding that and then just add some more bark or wood and just randomly stack them here and there. Also if you want it to look more "natural" don't lay the ground flat like you have there, just make it assending from one side to the other.
 

Xochie

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thought about that too, but wasn't sure. Maybe when I rehouse, she'll be more out & about (which will = more pix)
 

P. Novak

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thought about that too, but wasn't sure. Maybe when I rehouse, she'll be more out & about (which will = more pix)
Yeah, right after you rehouse she'll probably be out more, but once she settles in you won't see her anymore then you do now because a hiding T is a happy T.
 
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Xochie

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okies, I took your advice and rehoused. Here is the finished produced (minus my T). Let me know what you think!!:D
 
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P. Novak

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Looks good, I'd stick in one more hide(like the log you had before), just so it has some variety and choose. Good job though.
 

Xochie

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lol, yea that log will go in for sure (she is still in it in other temp container)! I make it a habit not to handle my T. I'm a scardy cat.:wall: :wall:
 

Xochie

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okay, here is the finished product (T is in the newer hide)
 
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Xochie

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this is the best pix I can get of my C. fasciatum!
 
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Natemass

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very nice new enclosure and CF, take a paint brush and persuade her out and take a pic of her were all waitin to see her annoyed pretty little face
 

P. Novak

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I agree, looks very very nice now! I'm sure it will love it's new home and all it's new dirt to play in. :D Good job!:clap:
 

Xochie

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tyvm, I'm not the most creative person, but when you said to add the other log, everything seemed to fall into place!! Thanx guys!!! I'm very happy about her tank now,:D :clap: :worship:
 

Xochie

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well, it's been a while and this is the closest she has came from exploring her re-arranged tank. Did I make her mad??
 
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Xochie

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WOOT! my T is finally out of her hide and I got a few shots of her, but when I tried to upload the pix, it says that i've exceeded my pic quota...what does that mea?:confused: :confused:
 
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