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Here's a good read
EDIT: Sorry wrong link at first. This is not C. elegans but a similar size and burrowing characteristic T.
Here's a species-specific link
For an adult that may reach 2" in size a 3"x3" is too small regardless of depth. Average C. elegans adult is 1.5"+ I'd be looking for a 6" cube or 8" round with about 4" of substrate.
You can start a 3/4" to 1" sling in that enclosure but you will most likely have to re-home it some day.
#3 was hanging out of its web hammock this morning, I assumed that meant it was hungry so I fed all 4 of these guys
#4 still refusing to eat, even tried a smaller roach than last time.
#3, already molted to 6i a few weeks ago, got a larger roach this time and nailed it instantly.
#1 and 2 both...
The enclosures are basic 4oz deli cups that the market sells salads in. I filled 2/3 with substrate, use a soldering iron to burn air holes all round for ventilation. I added moss and cork bark chunk that I cut from a slab and shaped to size. I made a starter burrow against the...
It's not a good setup for an avic, it's more geared towards an non-avic arboreal like psalmopoeus or tapinauchenius, or a terrestrial. Avics don't live on the ground and don't go to ground often.
You want a tall enclosure with a vertical cork bark flat, leaves and cover up high. They live high...