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RE: DavidM85 pics as you requested

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Posted by: nasicus at Wed May 14 23:24:25 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by nasicus ]  
   

12h x 18w x 12d. I bought these from tarantulahomes.com but his site is down now. However tarantulacages.com makes the same thing but 2 inches wider. You can customize the number and location of vents to suit your needs. A bit pricey but well worth putting them on display and watching them dig around. You get to SEE what they are doing underground from time to time. all of mine always make a hollowed out area to stay in. They all do this for me. They remind me of a trap door spider in a lot of ways.

The one pictured is a big female. She comes up a few times a day to set in her skull of doom and survey her turf. I like how fast she comes up when I open the cage to feed or change the water. I have a heat pad on the bottom and spider robotics thermostat to control the temps. It gets fairly warm here and the humidity is always on the higher side of life. No dehydration here

When I first fill the cage with moss its almost full to the top. it slowly compacts over time to what you see here. Then its time for a complete change of substrate.


   

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