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Entity

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Hey guys,

Im looking for enclosures for XL size tarantulas. Any ideas?
 

MassExodus

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Im slowly moving to all glass terrariums, the plane cheap ones. You can get them any size, and actually see the spider. Tired of plastic crap. Try garage sales ;) Pet stores have sales for them too, $1 a gallon is common.
 

Tortoise Tom

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Same here. I use large glass tanks. So far my biggest is an adult female G. pulchra and she only needs a 10 gallon, but I've got a couple of L. klugi, an L. parahybana and a new stirmi that will eventually need 15 gallon tanks.
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Mr. P

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Do a search for "terrarium" on Craigslist. I got a few of my larger Exo Terra enclosures from there for about $30. The most I have paid so far is $40 for a Exo Terra 24L x 18W x 12H for one of my LP's.
 

Whitelightning777

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The Terra Blue professional enclosure in 5 gallon size is as close to perfect for large terrestrial tarantulas as you can get.

Airflow is great. The screen is fully bonded so little feet and claws won't get snagged and you won't have to switch it out to acrylic.

The reptilock system is completely secure.

For smaller terrestrials or juveniles, they make a 3 gallon model. The 2 gallon one is great for arboreals
 

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