Oh sure. I have an Exo-Terra tank. I’ll try to find a linky in a moment. Anyway, these tanks are cool in that they have screen tops but also front opening doors.
At the moment he is yet a baby so we have opted for soft paper towels instead of the stones and pellets we will add as an adult, since his feet can be easily caught in the stone.
We have a small cave for him to hide. We also have three small bowls - one for calcium, one for crickets/mealworms (not that the little bastards stay in there) and one for water.
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Eventually we plan to put down a pellet mixture on the bottom, which they say is better for them then sand, since the geckos will sometimes eat the sand and then get sick. We couldn’t find this in any local pet stores, so had to order it, although we got some more at the reptile show.
Eventually we plan to fill the backing with sphanghum (spelling?) moss and put a large piece of [url=http://www.blackjungle.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?store_code=BJTS&screen=PROD&product_code=CAF-3]cholla wood](http://mgonline.com/airplantsintroduction.htmlair plants[/url) in there. We aren’t going to do that until he’s big enough to put rocks, etc., because the cholla wood will fill up with crickets and then make it difficult to remove. We will add plenty more air plants and we may even put the foam backing back in, once he’s too big to squeeze between it and the glass, (which was almost the first thing he did.)
We are planning to purchase chunks of shale from Home Depot and break them apart to put them in and provide some more decoration, and then we will add more air plants in there, too. He’s a desert guy, so the terrarium will be very arid and the only green will be the air plants.
Any more questions?