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    I had a 20 gallon tall tank. I decided to divide it which would give me 2 proper sized enclosures for Eurydactylodes. Each side is now 12x12x16h. Here is my photo tutorial of how i did it. I got the thinner plexiglass at Lowes. i had to cut it myself. i also used my Dremel tool to cut into the plastic lip on the tank so i could slide the plexiglass down into the middle of the tank.

    http://s6.photobucket.com/user/BatHe...ded%20Vivarium

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    That looks awesome!!!
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    the babies having a drink after i misted them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cxz...r#action=share

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    Wow! Looks amazing, could there be potential aggression if they see each other through the plexiglass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell2787 View Post
    Wow! Looks amazing, could there be potential aggression if they see each other through the plexiglass?

    i don't think so. For now the only adult male will be on one side. if the other babies turn out to be male, i can figure something out. Maybe paint the partition if i need to.

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    I just moved my boy into a 12x12x18 from a nano (8x8x12) and he seems to like exploring -- except he hasn't eaten! He used to love small roaches, but now he turns away from them and doesn't seem to be eating his CGD either Have you had any problems with yours eating?

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    Give him a couple days to settle in to his new big cage, he's gonna be exploring a lot and not want to eat but in a couple days he should return to eating normally once he's explored everything.
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    It's been about a week. I wonder if it has anything to do with the weather as well -- it went from 80s to 60s real quick.

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    It might be a little chilly for him. they don't usually need heat, but if it is that cold in the house, that might put him off food. they do get nervous with change.

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    i am excited, my adult breeding pair are arriving tomorrow, i need to pick them up at the fedex hub.

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