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|12-28-2012 11:02 PM|
|Kitsune_Gem||Darn California and its laws on Salamanders. Everything I wanted for this tank turns out to be illegal. So I am just going to say screw it and sell the tank.|
|12-22-2012 08:11 AM|
|HypnoticAquatic||one would only think that it should as most use this is a very humid or constant rain enviroment but only way to know is to test it just like any tank, hell even our tanks arent always 100% its mass vs quality so just test it. it should but wont know for sure till u take that step lol|
|12-22-2012 06:49 AM|
Originally Posted by HypnoticAquatic View Post
The reason I want to know if it will hold water is because I plan on having water sitting in part of the bottom, and I know most reptile tanks are not sealed to hold water. While on the other hand, this ones designed to also be able to be used with a water fall system, but since I am turning it on its side, I do not think the sides would be sealed the same as the bottom..
|12-22-2012 05:43 AM|
id lean more to pdf or something thats a nice tank for them imo, use a pump to make a waterfall or hook up 2 spray/misters hidden in the front corners with 90º heads get the "seconds" timer from misk king and set up your background how ever you want plants/cork/waterfall etc. set it up right you prob have little work other than making food for them. ive really been wanting to set up a 46g bow that i got for free and trying these guys*azureus*http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/car...us-novice.html. cant say they dont look awesome can ya :p
if you wanted a tank that size to hold water prob cheaper just to get a new one during the petco sales ?
|12-22-2012 04:24 AM|
Originally Posted by Kitsune_Gem View Post
Id really like to get this done before new years, if it will hold water if I re-seal it.
Does anyone know if its possible for it to hold water after I re seal it?
|12-19-2012 12:59 AM|
So I am wondering, if I reseal the tank with aquarium sealant, the same grade used to make aquariums, put in a glass panel right before the screen top, and use the same sealant. Would it be safe to hold water long term?
I am thinking of turning it on its side, so that the door opens to the back, and turning it into just a planted wonderland.
|12-18-2012 06:35 PM|
Originally Posted by Kitsune_Gem View Post
|12-18-2012 04:11 AM|
Originally Posted by teatimecrumpet View Post
Personally I am not a fan of them. I had them when I was a small child, not the most exciting pet in my eyes.
|12-18-2012 03:18 AM|
How about firebellied toads? I think they're really small and only need 4 inches of water.
for the divider I'd go with acrylic which would be lighter and durable.
How many inches of water does that thing allow?
|12-17-2012 06:50 AM|
Originally Posted by horsedude View Post
Found out what they are threw LLL Reptile. They are very rare in the pet trade, and care sheets are even rarer. I got lucky and one of the workers at LLL used to breed them.
|12-17-2012 06:49 AM|
Originally Posted by Cavedweller View Post
Oh I figured out what they where threw LLL Reptile. One of the workers there used to breed them believe it or not. The cage I have is perfect for a trio (1 male, 2 females), but they have a high heat requirement witch I can not meet with having chinchillas in the same room.
The tanks still sitting in my room empty and looking lonely haha.
I really wanted to do salamanders, but CA has all these crazy laws on them, and the ones that are legal here, get WAY to big for the tank I have.
I am thinking of possibly turning it on its side, sealing in a glass plate where the screen top is, and turning it into something cool.
Millipedes would be cool if the ones I like where not so darn pricy (75$ per millipede.) Then again, if my friend gets hers breeding she may give me babies free of charge.
What I would love to do is put a colbolt blue tarantula in it, but after talking to one of my managers who used to own one, I decided against it seeing how aggressive they can be.
|12-17-2012 12:10 AM|
Looks like those lizards are Holaspis guentheri, they apparently go by a billion different common names, so you'll be better off searching for the latin name. From what little info I can gather, it looks like they need AT LEAST 18 inches of height, and preferably bigger than that.
You might have enough space for a mantis, provided you added a lot of perches since it's a glass tank.
Psst, you could always go with millipedes.
|12-16-2012 04:50 PM|
|horsedude||im sure u will find a care sheet for them on the interenet|
|12-10-2012 07:30 AM|
Well I did some digging.. Turns out Marbled Salamanders are illegal in Ca...SO I am back to square one.
I found some really cute little lizards at a local pet shop.. The girl there had no clue how to care for them... So Im hopeing I can dig up something on them..
They are called
Tanzania Flying Lizards.
Anyone have any clue how to care for them?
|12-07-2012 01:55 AM|
So the same tank, but taller just went to a disco price at my work, and this weekend we get 30% off, instead of normally 15%... Im SOOOO tempted to buy it..
12 x 12 x 18 inches
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