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      Quote Originally Posted by Dave Harms View Post
      Thanks, I've been drooling over J!m's custom cages since I joined hehe.
      I have 2 of them. One for the Versi, and one for my biggest P. cambridgei. The man does awsome work.

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      Yeah, anyone have pics of setups in this 1 gallon container? Right now this little dude is in the critter keeper from the pet store. I wanna get it set up in something taller so it has room to move.
      Critters at my house: 0.1 Brachypelma boehmei, 0.1 Brachypelma smithi, 1.0 Avicularia avicularia, MM Psalmopoeus irminia, Python regius, Kinosternon subrubrum hippocrepis, Chrysiptera taupou, Amblyeleotris randalli, Alpheus soror, Clibanarius tricolor, Calcinus tibicen

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      Here are a couple of photos of the animal in question...

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      Sticking to the top of the critter keeper.
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      Here's pics of one I made for my P. cambridgei... it is suitable for Avics as well.










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      NicE. What is that wood you used? Did you hot glue it to the container?
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      Thank you!

      That is a piece of corkbark slab that I whittled down to fit snugly inside. Didn't need glue, as I made it so it never budged.

      Gotta love those wide-mouth containers!

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      Cool Im on vacation this week so I plan to get this thing made in the next day or two, I will post pics!
      Critters at my house: 0.1 Brachypelma boehmei, 0.1 Brachypelma smithi, 1.0 Avicularia avicularia, MM Psalmopoeus irminia, Python regius, Kinosternon subrubrum hippocrepis, Chrysiptera taupou, Amblyeleotris randalli, Alpheus soror, Clibanarius tricolor, Calcinus tibicen

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      Please do post pics.. it is always cool to see what we come up with!

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      OK here is what I did for holes... and a couple of bonus pics... my smithi and boehmei.

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      Critters at my house: 0.1 Brachypelma boehmei, 0.1 Brachypelma smithi, 1.0 Avicularia avicularia, MM Psalmopoeus irminia, Python regius, Kinosternon subrubrum hippocrepis, Chrysiptera taupou, Amblyeleotris randalli, Alpheus soror, Clibanarius tricolor, Calcinus tibicen

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      Thawing rats for the bps.
      Critters at my house: 0.1 Brachypelma boehmei, 0.1 Brachypelma smithi, 1.0 Avicularia avicularia, MM Psalmopoeus irminia, Python regius, Kinosternon subrubrum hippocrepis, Chrysiptera taupou, Amblyeleotris randalli, Alpheus soror, Clibanarius tricolor, Calcinus tibicen

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