Terrarium for Nhandu chromatus

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Terrarium 30x30x32cm for terrestrial tarantula.
In this project, we’ve used a very interesting shaped piece of cork tube. Its interior is black that contrasts well with the green. That why we’ve used a large amount of forest moss and plants.
Cork background
Cork tube
Coco fiber
Habistat spider substrate – black soil with vermiculite
Two species of plants and forest moss.
Water bowl.
Clay pebbles
Plastic mesh
In the terrarium we used the following plants:

Ficus pumila
Pilea sp.
Forest moss.

As a substrate we used coco fiber and Habistat Spider Substrate.

Humidity is about 80%. Everyday we spray whole terrarium with water from reverse osmosis filter.
In addition, every two weeks the plants are fertilized by Tropica Plant GROWTH SPECIALISED FERTILISER diluted with water in an amount of 5 ml / 2 liters of water.

Terrarium for Grammostola pulchra

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Terrarium 30x30x32cm for terrestrial tarantula.
The purpose of this arrangement was to create a large, spacious hideout for a tarantula.
The root is the main decorative element and creates a large cavity
Cork background
Drift wood
Coco fibre
Fine pine bark
One spiecies of plant and forest moss
Water bowl
Clay pebbles
Plastic mesh
In the terrarium we used the following plants:

Pilea pinokkio
Forest moss.

As a substrate we used coco fiber and pine bark.

Humidity is about 75%. Every other day we spray whole terrarium with water from reverse osmosis filter
In addition, every two weeks the plants are fertilized by Tropica Plant GROWTH SPECIALISED FERTILISER diluted with water in an amount of 5 ml / 2 liters of water.

Terrarium for Holothele sp.Colombia “Bumble bee”

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Terrarium 30x30x32cm for terrestrial tarantula.
Landscape in the dark atmosphere. Perfectly fits the tarantulas which like to web heavily. Dry moss and lack of plant it was our idea for this set up, branches create multiple inputs to the hideout.
Cork background with dry moss
Forest branch covered with dry moss
Coco fiber
Dry moss and forest moss
Dry leaves and twigs
Water bowl.
In the terrarium we used:

Dry moss.
Forest moss

As a substrate we used coco fiber.

Humidity is about 70%. We spray terrarium once every few days with water from reverse osmosis filter.

Terrarium for Ephebopus murinus

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Terrarium 30x30x32cm for burrowers. Minimalist terrarium with a large diameter cork tube, placed close to one of the sides, so that you can watch the tarantula through the glass.
Cork background
Cork tube
Coco fiber
Habistat spider substrate
Dry leaves and twigs
Water bowl
There is no plants in terrarium. As a substrate we used coco fiber mixed with Habistat spider substrate.
Humidity is about 70%. We sprayed terrarium once every few days with water from reverse osmosis filter

Terrarium for Monocentropus balfouri

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Terrarium 30x30x32cm for terrestrial.
Desert setup, with deep hideaway which allows to observe the tarantula.
Cork background
Driftwood branch
Desert bush
Fine yellow sand
Zoomed Excavator
Dry leaves and twigs
Water bowl.
In the terrarium we used the following plants:

Ficus ginseng

As a substrate we used Zoomed Excavator mixed with fine yellow sand (1:1).

Humidity is about 60%. We spray terrarium once every few days with water from reverse osmosis filter