Давно летает идея и микро террариуме.
Наконец нашел подходящую емкость!
Прозрачный шар с небольшим отверстием сверху, позволяет сдержать повышенную влажность при доступе свежего воздуха.
Знакомьтесь- новый обитатель моего окна) в 2020 он в составе большой группы переехал в "палюдариум" и теперь получил свое собственное жилье =^_^=
Уже несколько недель- полет нормальный.
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I have a glass terrarium I’m looking to fill with fancy isopods. However, I’d like to find a local breeder or seller with good quality stock in the Portland, OR area. I’ve never kept before, but I’m interested in the trade. I have my terrarium set up to keep moss in a bioactive way. I’m concerned that it might not be the best enclosure for isopods because they may eat all of the moss, or it may be too humid and not ventilated well enough. The moss needs to stay very moist, and doesn’t need ventilation so I have a cork in the top of the enclosure. It is a large bell shaped dome, about 12″ in diameter, with a 4″ opening in the top. There is plenty of space within the dome, though it is filled with about 2″ of soil, with charcoal and rocks underneath and a mesh to keep them separated. Wild springtails came with the moss, though I’m uncertain if they are still alive. I maintain the enclosure about every 6 months to keep the moss short and to weed out any mold or wort that appears once in awhile. I think some isopods would help maintain this if I kept a slow growing breed, but they would need to appreciate moisture. I would of course add a dry hide and wood for them to chew on, and there are plenty of magnolias and oaks in my neighborhood, so I can collect additional food for them as well. The only thing I would need to buy is a calcium source.
A terrarium is essentially a miniature hothouse created to maintain humidity and moisture around a community of plants. Horticulturalist and terrarium enthusiast, Patrick Honan, helps Jane get started on her very own terrarium using native wetland plants.
What you'll need:
- glass jar, fish bowl or specialised terrarium
- Coconut fibre
- Potting media
- Place a 10-20mm layer of charcoal in the base of the vessel.
- Cover with a 10-20mm layer of moistened coconut fibre.
- Add approximately 40mm layer of good quality, moist potting mix.
- You can do a little 'landscaping', adding hills, valleys, rocks or other points of interest.
- Patrick suggests wetland plants, as they can tolerate water inundation but also periods of dryness.
- Position taller plants at the back and groundcovers at the front of the terrarium. You may need to cut the root ball to the depth of the soil mix.
- Backfill with a thin layer of soil and mulching rocks to secure plants.
- A layer of moss acts as good water indicator. It will dry out before the other plants
- indicating when it's time to water!
- Position the terrarium in the right amount of light for the plants. ie. A bright spot, such as a south facing windowsill.
- Water plants gently, with a mister or spray bottle. If your terrarium vessel has a side opening, you can drench the mix and then gently drain the excess.
Well @ace-spacedog and I finally got around to making the custom snake enclosure we've been dreaming about. We watched tons of videos and then came up with a concept that worked for our corn snake Edward who loves to both did and climb. We converted a ikea wardrobe into his mansion with foam, egg crates, animal safe paint, a lot of ingenuity and so much hard work! There's a thermometer managed heater at the bottom and a time managed heat lamp at the top. There's natural wood which was sanitized before adding and a combination of both real and fake plants. The timer managed led lights provide extra lighting for everyone and some cool effects for us. So far Ed loves his home! The egg crates we added and "natural" rock formations we made with the foam makes climbing a breeze for him. He's also spent a lot of time digging underground so all his basis are covered. There are three doors made of acrylic and one frame and netting door for air circulation. Let us know what you think!