Inspire Me - Post Pics of Your Enclosures!

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Re: Inspire Me - Post Pics of Your Enclosures!

Postby Longfellow777 » Tue Jan 19, 2021 10:54 am

oh yeah but you got a 4x2x2 right that's what it looks like? I only have 18 inches from floor to screen so that's way to much for mine. Im gonna see if a 75 w right on the mesh will work cause i have the flood light and have to hang it way high lol.
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Re: Inspire Me - Post Pics of Your Enclosures!

Postby KarrieRee » Tue Jan 19, 2021 11:01 am

Trial and error w/ the basking bulbs
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Re: Inspire Me - Post Pics of Your Enclosures!

Postby Longfellow777 » Tue Jan 19, 2021 11:15 am

yeah for sure
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Re: Inspire Me - Post Pics of Your Enclosures!

Postby NikiMcB » Tue Jan 26, 2021 3:46 pm

I built this one from an old cabinet that I got from the habitat for humanity store. The nice thing is that there is space underneath that I will eventually be able to turn into a nice leopard gecko enclosure.
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Re: Inspire Me - Post Pics of Your Enclosures!

Postby Wickedpogana » Tue Jan 26, 2021 4:51 pm

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6ftx2ftx2ft Fully bioactive not much cleaning bugs take care of that for ya they'll eat food scraps shed and stool they'll be filled with nutrients so when they get hunted it'll do some good haha the Microfauna Clean up crew will take care of any anaerobic bacteria which isn't good . Aerobic bacteria is good overall having a natural system your beardie is much more healthier they're immune system is much more strong so they are less likely to get Ill I use Isopods springtails superworms and beetles dubias and earthworms for cleaners aswell as some type of benefical fungi and bacteria . I only have 3 plants cause she recently went crazy but I had to do some moving when I put the background in . Bioactive is alittle bit more work to set up but much less work in the long run much more mentally stimulating and overall more clean then tile could ever be clean down to the microbial level much more you can do with these types if set ups too. Have a piece of nature to look at and give them a slice of there natural home ! Wild recreation is number priority
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