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Re: post pics of your enclosures!


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Posted by ALanolis on April 16, 2003 at 08:50:26:

In Reply to: post pics of your enclosures! posted by knyghtmist on April 15, 2003 at 10:49:00:

Img  Iguana Niche

I love this enclosure for many reasons:

  • Simplistic
  • Soil bedding, naturalistic
  • Fake plants
  • Elaborate basking apparatus with hiding crevices
  • Nice lamp setup
  • Dome lamp (CHE), and UVB fluorescent

    This setup is nice because it culminates all the necessities in what can obviously be assessed as a clean well kept enclosure. It's also adequate on top of being easy enough for anyone to duplicate.


    This enclosure is on the other end of the spectrum. It's both eye pleasing and obviously time consuming. So it's also quite expensive. The one in the photo was built for an iguana, but a project of mine is to duplicate this for a pair of Knight Anoles. A wood+glass+mesh enclosure that fits onto a wall in one's home, it is filled with huge UVB tubes, fake plants, logs/wood galore, paper or linoleium tile infrastructure, a misting system, and is kept warm via space heaters and one basking lamp for a concentrated basking gradient on a log strategically place near the UV lamp.

    ~ALnolis




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