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RE: Question regarding live plants in cage

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Posted by: chamboy at Wed Aug 18 20:39:04 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by chamboy ]  
   

I am sort of in the situation as el_jefe, Other then these his questions I was wondering what kind of plants do best? And I have found a lot of controversy on using moisture retaining substrate such as repti earth, Is it a good idea or not?

Also everyone seems to recommend not keeping juveniles in glass tanks? Is it only because of the humidity issue? I was thinking of keeping the area on the screen top
not used for the heat/light covered with a thick towel or some cloth which I can soak so it would create a dripping effect which would not only keep humidity up but would provide a rainforest type feel?! Input would be greatly appreciated


   

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