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Old 12-07-2011, 05:53 PM
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For the branches you can collect from parks and Rivers but you need permission first to take them also needs to be left to dry for 6 weeks and cleaned but make sure it's from an area where no pesticides are used and rivers are clean
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Also make sure branches are secure I use the Exo terra vines and tied everything with them
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i honestly never get tired of seeing that viv. its fricking awesome dude
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Ged I and a lot of other people on the forum would never recommend mixing species if only there is no risk and if it is benefically e.g. tropical woodlice and crested geckos, so I would say no as it's not worth the risk.

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For the branches you can collect from parks and Rivers but you need permission first to take them also needs to be left to dry for 6 weeks and cleaned but make sure it's from an area where no pesticides are used and rivers are clean
Thats a great idea thanks. Might go hunting around Sutton Park on the weekend and just buy some cheap stuff to go in temporally.

What should they be cleaned with? I've got the cleaning stuff to clean out my viv, would that be ok?
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Old 12-07-2011, 06:16 PM
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Here's my current hermit crab tank. (I know it's not a reptile but I really love there tank and so do they!) Btw its an exo terra 18x18x24.

And yes, my camera sucks.
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Old 12-07-2011, 06:16 PM
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Thats a great idea thanks. Might go hunting around Sutton Park on the weekend and just buy some cheap stuff to go in temporally.

What should they be cleaned with? I've got the cleaning stuff to clean out my viv, would that be ok?
just soak them in boiling water then dry them of for a few days and they will be fine but saying that i just usually dry them out and dont bother clening them
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Ged I and a lot of other people on the forum would never recommend mixing species if only there is no risk and if it is benefically e.g. tropical woodlice and crested geckos, so I would say no as it's not worth the risk.

The Doug Thanks Ged. A Zanzibar Gem is a plant

0.1.0 eublepharis macularius
1.0.0 pogona vitticeps
1.1.0 japalura splendida
1.0.0 chamaeleo calyptratus
0.2.0 phelsuma quadriocellata
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Old 12-07-2011, 06:31 PM
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The viv cleaner is good mix it with boiling water and soak over night then skim the rubbish floating on the top then leave to dry
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This is are green iguana's enclosure. Not finished yet tho, still going to paint the walls in a rain forest manner, and add more leafs and brances.



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Just finished my BD viv, BUT no BD yet








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Old 12-07-2011, 06:59 PM
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Just finished my BD viv, BUT no BD yet
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nice viv mate but just a couple things if thats a t5 arcadia uv id move it up to the top of the viv they are so much more powerful than any other uv light out there and you dont need it as close to the basking spot unlike the other brands. also id lose the buld guard aswell your beardie will hang of that and it can do some damage when there hot, if the guard aint there then he wont go for the bulb at all

just ignore me though if its just the way the uv looks in the pic
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Ged I and a lot of other people on the forum would never recommend mixing species if only there is no risk and if it is benefically e.g. tropical woodlice and crested geckos, so I would say no as it's not worth the risk.

The Doug Thanks Ged. A Zanzibar Gem is a plant

0.1.0 eublepharis macularius
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1.1.0 japalura splendida
1.0.0 chamaeleo calyptratus
0.2.0 phelsuma quadriocellata
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