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lemonjello
06-24-2008, 11:10 PM
This is the tank in witch I house my forest armadillo lizard Java. The substrate is 3 parts sand, 1 part coir, and one part dirt/clay. It turned out to have the texture of a soft rock like chalk. I collected the rocks at a dog park near me that has TONS of cool rocks in weird shapes. The other rocks are limestone I brought in from my backyard. I have an exo-terra hide, and a half log hide that looks very good in there. Both branches I brought in from my backyard and baked at 170 for half and hour to kill any ants/bugs living inside it. There is also a small rock water dish aside from the plastic one that I found in my from yard while digging to plant hostas. There is also a small cactus I bought at lowes. Enjoy!! :biggrin:
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lemonjello
06-27-2008, 07:48 PM
I forgot to add that their used to be the succulent called "Baby toes", but the lizard climbed all over it and it's sharp claws killed it :( Use them with caution!