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T.Stirmi Rehouse

Discussion in 'Tarantula Enclosures' started by BearFatEnsemble, Oct 5, 2018.

  1. BearFatEnsemble

    BearFatEnsemble New Member

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    Trying to get my sub adult T.Stirmi out of a fish tank into something that has cross ventilation. What do you guys think of this one? http://reptile-enclosure.com/3-mm-7
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    Tortoise Tom Well-Known Member

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    I just had to re-house my new stirmi because she wouldn't stop messin' with the screen top. I think the screen covers on the vents might become a problem for your stirmi. See if they offer something other than metal screen for that.

    And if your current tank has an open screened top, you are currently getting more ventilation than the new one would offer.
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    BearFatEnsemble New Member

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    Yea it’s s tank with screen on top. I just don’t want it to become stagnant in there.
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    BearFatEnsemble New Member

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    Ended up getting one from Jamie’s Turantulas. Just want my T. To be comfortable and not stagnant.
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    What’s the best way to heat an acrylic enclosure. I’ve been using a 6x8 zoo med UTH to keep it at 80 degrees. I’ve heard that size is okay to use on acrylic.