Sounds like a good size for a T. Vagans - they are great TsHi all, is a Komodo terrarium size 48cm long x 31cm wide x 18cm depth big enough for an adult t vagans ?
I can't see why not? just make sure your T has ample amount of sub, do the decor to how you'd like making sure it has a hide or two and a water dish and you are good to goI'm looking at a smaller terrarium it's 39cm long X 25cm wide X 24.5 cm high ,do you reckon this is a better option ?
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Thanks for the advice , I'm not going for the Komodo terrariumHi
let say I won't put anything bigger than 5,5 -6 inch in it again.But thats my opinion and I still use them for few calm tarantulas that have not shown any interest in testing them yet.lol
Thanks for the advice , can you tell me what size exi terra terrariums you have ?I have several of my T's in those Komodo enclosures. They are not the best available, but I have personally had no real issues with them. But they are not made to high standards, so sometimes have loose fitting lids etc. But nothing I find a big issue.
For a few £'s extra, at the most, Exo Terras Faunariums are a better enclosure. That is what I now buy. I am not sure if Swell post to Ireland or not, but they are where I buy my tanks from now.
We have an Adult Female T Vagans & B hamorii, both of those came in Faunarium PT 2300 enclosures, which are 360 X 210 X 160. I also have a Juvi T blondi & a P cancerides in a PT2255 Faunarium enclosures. And a Juvi N incei gold in a Faunarium PT2250.
We also have a sub adult female T sabulosum which we brought in a smaller flat Faunarium, which I do not think is an Exo Terra. That mesures 25 X 15 X 16.
Another T purchased in its enclosure is a sub adult female B albiceps that came in a square enclosure that is 18 X 18 X 15. This is, I believe, a Swell multi box, enclosure. But it is one they no longer sel
Hi, I'm going to get the pt2300 thanks again for your adviceI do have other Exo Terra glass enclosures. One is a tall arboreal, the other a large floor area enclosure U ise for my adult female T stirmi, two others are not in current use.