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  1. boabloketony
    31-10-2017 03:10 PM - permalink
    Hello old friend, long time no speak
  2. chrissy71
    20-06-2013 07:43 PM - permalink
    this is his new vivarium

  3. ip3kid
    18-06-2013 05:03 AM - permalink
    Long time no see, hmm.. Jason was it?

    Ello. :P
  4. Mikroberts
    16-06-2013 10:16 AM - permalink
    Hi jay I wanna buy your book on bio-active substrates. Are you finished writing? And where can I buy it?
  5. Amy2310
    12-01-2013 10:48 AM - permalink
    Could you clear out your inbox a bit?
    Can't send you a message.
  6. sadams
    11-10-2012 07:26 PM - permalink
    Thank you ! Yeah we meet you both last year at CREAKS and spent money with Gill on plants for our large water dragon viv. Hant made it to any shows this year but really getting into Phelsuma's and of course the new viv build so which of these shows do you think might be showing Phelsuma's as when we came to CREAKS last year it seemed mostly snakes
  7. sadams
    10-10-2012 08:42 PM - permalink
    Awesome makes things a little easier hey ! Thanks for your advice i hope you didnt mind me picking your brains as im sure as i start to gather knowledge and momentum during the build i will have more questions !
    Thanks again Jay
    Kind regards
  8. sadams
    10-10-2012 08:30 PM - permalink
    Ok thank you i was going to use T5's as i have them in my large water dragon viv and mount them in the lid with mess to seperate it from the enclosure but what grow bulbs would you reccommend ?

  9. sadams
    10-10-2012 08:13 PM - permalink
    Hi Jay im starting to plan a new viv build and i wondered if i could pick your brains before i start. Im thinking of 3 seperate glass viv's side by side to create the illusion of it being 1 ! Im looking at each viv being around 1000mm tall x 500mm x 500mm, housing different types of phelsuma's. Not 100% sure which ones yet but i was thinking a pair of larger ones in each of the end viv's and a group of smaller in the middle viv. ( lots of decission and research ahead tho before i decide ). Im going to try naturally planted viv's so here's where i need your advise, will i need grow lights for the plants aswell as uv lights for the reptiles ? Im also thinking of heating the 3 by 1 long tube heater in a custom lid ! would this work ? and apart fro reading all the threads for planted viv's are there any tips you can offer ?
    Kind regards
  10. Salazare Slytherin
    06-10-2012 01:10 PM - permalink
    Salazare Slytherin
    Hey Jay, I have 3 lovely baby bumblebee millipedes if your still interested Hope your well mate, they were a bit smaller than I first thought mind :p LOL.

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  • About Spikebrit
    Stoke-on-trent or Ipswich
    psychology, fencing, reptiles, anything to do with juggling and poi
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    Keeper of all things pygmy

    Staffordshire Exotics Society
    Last Sunday of the month
    Come along if you are in the area
    Next meetings 31st March and 28th April


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