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PostSubject: Enclosure for arid or semi-arid species?   2/1/2011, 6:01 pm

I would like to know what type of enclosure do you have for your arid (or semi-arid) species (Androctonus sp., Hottentotta sp., Orthochirus sp...)

I want to make a big setup (heated with heat-cable) for my arid species but I don't know what to use for enclosures. I don't like glass tanks because if it falls, it will break and the scorpions can escape (it will not happen, but I prefer to prevent it). Rubbermaid are good for this, but for arid species, the ventilation is not really appropriate...


If you have suggestions and pictures of your setup, I would appreciate if you can show it to me.


Thanks for your help!
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PostSubject: Re: Enclosure for arid or semi-arid species?   2/2/2011, 3:02 am

If the scorpion is going to need a heat source, I really think glass is the best bet, as it won't over heat. <.<
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