Show Off Your Cages

Amyleewolf14

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Close ups of current tank (though the pictures were taken when the tank was first finished roughly 2 years ago):

Left side (cool side):
So this includes the main cave with two tunnels in there, a hide I made on top that they never really use, and the moist hide.

tank 3 left.jpg

Middle:
So here you can basically just see the food/ calcium dish (now discarded and something else I made for same purpose is in its place), and the water dish. The water dish is the same one you buy at petstores that has the tall blue-ish clear-ish jug sitting on top... Except that look extremely out of place so I covered it with cloth bandages (the big square ones like for your knees) and then grouted it to match the rest. You can also see the opening to the cave on the right (the warm side).

tank 3 middle.jpg

Right side (warm side):
This side also has a main cave with two tunnels. There is an undertank heater under there. Above that is one of the hides that I originally had from a set I bought when I first got Calypso. They like sleeping up under that occasionally. The rest is just kinda decorative statues from the same set.

tank 3 right.jpg

Yes, I know I have a ridiculous temperature strip thing stuck up there. I also (which you may not be able to see) have a digital thermometer with a probe that has the wire wrapped behind/under the hide so I could pay attention to the temperature under that hide. The ridiculous strip was my lousy effort at keeping track of temperature above the hide since I have a night-lamp/ red heat bulb (used mainly for viewing purposes at night) that sits above this side on top of the lid.

Also, as far as substrate goes, I use a tan repticarpet. And there's a big chunk of stone I got from home depot in the middle. Artemis likes to sleep in the middle on that piece of stone often times, usually hovering over the water dish. Calypso, my more secretive girl, likes to stay under either hide, but will occasionally come out to sleep on the water dish too or sleep in the shelving on the walls. :)
 

Amyleewolf14

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Oh, and here are the girls of course, because I forgot to include them! (Silly me!)

Artemis on left and Calypso on right (when they were first getting acquainted before moving in together):

gecko girls.jpg

Artemis:

artemis.jpg

Calypso:

calypso.jpg
 

kingkung

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Here is mine.



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moorespride

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Set up my daughters tank last night. It stayed at 90 in warm side and 66 on cool. I have put a towel on the top to keep heat in. The center has a moist hide. We will either get slate or tiles for the floor and maybe some fake plants today. She would like to go get one today




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acpart

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Note that this was posted a year ago and the site had a number of months during the past year where it was flaky so the original poster may not be aware of your questions. Also, I'm having a hard time understanding what you mean by your second question.

Aliza
 
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