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    I have this 36x16x19 enclosure that I have no idea what to do with, what can use floor space and height? EE3B801E-DAB8-41BB-B9CC-63A83515CB15.jpg
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    you could put all sorts of stuff in there. are you only interested in gecko species?
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    Well my restrictions are fairly easy to attain, no crickets and not loud
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    I'd get a small snake species, then. geckos or other lizards I'd recommend for a terrestrial setup almost exclusively need to eat bugs.

    I'd try something in the Antaresia genus, especially a Children's Python. The Spotted will get a bit large for that setup.

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    Snakes aren’t really an option for us. Can’t really do feeder rodents either
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    the only thing I can think of is a small colony of mourning geckos or some of the very small tropical geckos like L williamsi or P klemmeri. they can eat the MRP, tho supplementing with bugs is advised. other species that can thrive on MRP need more height.
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    I may just move Calla to it. It’s a bit less floorspace and a bit more height but it’s also more secure
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    wait. if you have a leo but you can't do bugs, what do you feed her?
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    I just don’t feed crickets , I feed supers, mealies, Dubia, hornworms and Phoenix worms
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    OH. then you can put almost anything that's fairly terrestrial in there. sky's pretty much the limit.
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