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    Very nice! Add some diagonal branches as well so s/he can maximize use of the upper portions of the tank.
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    Updated the look. Ill post some pics tomorrow. I gotta find a nice bromiliad for my tank.
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    Heres a update. I added another zoomed LED fixture to the rear so now there is complete coverage of the tank. What do you guys think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ice gecko View Post
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    Well here is how ive got it to look so far. Whatcha guys think?
    That is gorgeous!!! Now, I am way more motivated to set mine up for my baby crestie

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    I would also echo Spyral's suggestion of diagonal branches, you can do this with cork bark or drift wood. I found my drift wood and cleaned and baked it before use. I used silicone to secure them, most of mine are 'permanently' placed but I think that a silicone U could be made so the branches could be removed for access and cleaning. Its crazy how much more space is available to your geckos when you include cross-branches, and they love to run around on them.
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