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New and Improved E. decipiens Enclosure


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I removed the egg flats and added this hollowed out log. Plus its going to rain in there every day now.

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I'd love any tips for improvement.

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Looks awesome! As for improvements, maybe some thin slabs of bark for molting, hiding, or nibbling.

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Looks awesome! As for improvements, maybe some thin slabs of bark for molting, hiding, or nibbling.

I think I can do that. Does anyone ever use long fibered sphagnum moss for them to crawl in and on?

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I think I can do that. Does anyone ever use long fibered sphagnum moss for them to crawl in and on?

Sphagnum moss is an excellent substrate addition; it lightens and aerates, and I've seen my Pseudomops dig tunnels around strands of it. Definitely add some.

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Looks awesome! As for improvements, maybe some thin slabs of bark for molting, hiding, or nibbling.

I've got some old dead pine tree bark or I can go buy some cork bark like at a reptile store. Are either of these suitable?

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I think the cork bark would be preferred by the roaches. Unless the pine doesn't smell or have resin anymore, in which case they'd be fine with it?

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