oh...well i have the 10 gallon just laying aroud so i thought i would use
it. i went to walmart last night to pick up some stuff for her..i fount peat
moss, fo $1.20 a bag, so i bought 3, i found a planting cup, and a humidity
guage, now all i like is, crickets, and the actual trantula..oh i also
picked up some fake green leaves to put around the pottery cup, i will take
pictures as soon as i get back Saturday with her.
> She would be quite happy with a sweet jar( plastic well washed) 3/4 full
> with peat this has the advantage that she is nearly always visible through
> the side. I have kept Skeleton T's like this for 2-3 years and even as
> pairs for 2-3 weeks(males were then removed).
> > Stick with the 10 gallon. A 10 gallon is penty big enough for almost any
> > tarantula. I would say use at least 6 inches of 50/50 peat
> > moss/vermiculite. Use more if you want but its not really needed.
> > Cobalts like the bottom of the substrate to be more moist than the top.
> > But keep the humidity high and NEVER let the bottom get too dry. Hope
> > that helps.
> > Thank You
> > Jason Turner