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    Default Some of my Phelsuma and Rhacodactylus Enclosures


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    Just wanted to share some photos of some of my enclosures, I am working on getting some more branches for the Rhacodactylus enclosures but I have utilized quite a bit of cork in the meantime for climbing surfaces and every enclosure has a cork tube as well for hiding.

    1.2 R. auriculatus enclosure


    1.2 R. auriculatus enclosure


    1.1 R. auriculatus enclosure


    1.1 R. ciliatus enclosure


    1.1 R. ciliatus enclosure


    Male R. auriculatus I hatched out last year with great orange striping


    Another of the same male


    Phelsuma klemmeri enclosure right after an afternoon misting


    Crimson P. grandis enclosure right after an afternoon misting
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    These are all really cool! Where did you get those trunks? And did you seal in with silicone those hollow (bamboo?) branches?

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    The cork hollows were purchased from a local reptile store, however, you can find them online as well. In fact, I just purchased more wood from Wood Products - BLACK PANTHER REPTILES & Design co.

    As for the bamboo, I went to Michael's and purchased large suction cups which hold the horizontal pieces of bamboo in place without having to use silicone or any other products to secure them, the great thing about the suction cups is the fact that you can move your wood around as needed.

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    Those enclosures are really cool. I actually know the owner of black panther reptiles. He's pretty awesome as far as people go.
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