lizardbeans:

heres how I currently have my dubia set up. An UTH is kept between the bins with a thermostat keeping it at about 95F. I have substrate in mine since I have lesser mealworms that clean the tank and they seem to do better with substrate, though I would never suggest it as it takes a full day to sort and go through to find all the nymphs. Ill be adding 1-2 more bins under these ones all with heat pads between the bins. Though the next ones will house hissers and possibly some lobster roaches.
lizardbeans:

heres how I currently have my dubia set up. An UTH is kept between the bins with a thermostat keeping it at about 95F. I have substrate in mine since I have lesser mealworms that clean the tank and they seem to do better with substrate, though I would never suggest it as it takes a full day to sort and go through to find all the nymphs. Ill be adding 1-2 more bins under these ones all with heat pads between the bins. Though the next ones will house hissers and possibly some lobster roaches.

lizardbeans:

heres how I currently have my dubia set up. An UTH is kept between the bins with a thermostat keeping it at about 95F. I have substrate in mine since I have lesser mealworms that clean the tank and they seem to do better with substrate, though I would never suggest it as it takes a full day to sort and go through to find all the nymphs. Ill be adding 1-2 more bins under these ones all with heat pads between the bins. Though the next ones will house hissers and possibly some lobster roaches.

crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.
Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?
crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.
Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?
crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.
Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?
crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.
Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?
crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.
Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?
crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.
Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?
crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.
Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?

crispysnakes:

crystelland:

I’m posting up my litter of anery(anerythristic) kenyan sand boas for sale. All have had at least 3 meals with no refusals. Most are on live but I have a couple who have taken frozen. I’m asking $50 plus shipping (determined by your location) or $90 plus shipping a pair. I can sell locally in the Austin, TX area.

Please contact me at crystelland@gmail.com if interested and I will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to any questions

Part II of the babies available.  

Anybody need some baby sand boas?

(via queenofpyke)

rainbowsnakes:

Cleaned out the Russian rat and swapped around his furnishings a bit. He seems keen on his new taller piece of bog wood and is currently stretched out on it with his butt on his shower perch. 
yourhusbandrysucks was interested in how easy these kind of set ups are to clean. Spot cleaning orchid bark is pretty quick and easy. A full clean does take longer than changing paper and sooner or later that branch or the bits of slate will get pooped on but a bit of hot water and reptile disinfectant sorts it out pretty quickly. The plastic of the tub is really easy to wipe down and keep clean.  Watching the snakes make full use of all their furnishings is worth a little extra time spent cleaning!   

What a killer set-up.  Man.Rainbowsnakes, yes I did see your Russian Rat Snake post and now I’m creeping through all of your old stuff and reblogging it.  Hi!  :D
rainbowsnakes:

Cleaned out the Russian rat and swapped around his furnishings a bit. He seems keen on his new taller piece of bog wood and is currently stretched out on it with his butt on his shower perch. 
yourhusbandrysucks was interested in how easy these kind of set ups are to clean. Spot cleaning orchid bark is pretty quick and easy. A full clean does take longer than changing paper and sooner or later that branch or the bits of slate will get pooped on but a bit of hot water and reptile disinfectant sorts it out pretty quickly. The plastic of the tub is really easy to wipe down and keep clean.  Watching the snakes make full use of all their furnishings is worth a little extra time spent cleaning!   

What a killer set-up.  Man.Rainbowsnakes, yes I did see your Russian Rat Snake post and now I’m creeping through all of your old stuff and reblogging it.  Hi!  :D
rainbowsnakes:

Cleaned out the Russian rat and swapped around his furnishings a bit. He seems keen on his new taller piece of bog wood and is currently stretched out on it with his butt on his shower perch. 
yourhusbandrysucks was interested in how easy these kind of set ups are to clean. Spot cleaning orchid bark is pretty quick and easy. A full clean does take longer than changing paper and sooner or later that branch or the bits of slate will get pooped on but a bit of hot water and reptile disinfectant sorts it out pretty quickly. The plastic of the tub is really easy to wipe down and keep clean.  Watching the snakes make full use of all their furnishings is worth a little extra time spent cleaning!   

What a killer set-up.  Man.Rainbowsnakes, yes I did see your Russian Rat Snake post and now I’m creeping through all of your old stuff and reblogging it.  Hi!  :D
rainbowsnakes:

Cleaned out the Russian rat and swapped around his furnishings a bit. He seems keen on his new taller piece of bog wood and is currently stretched out on it with his butt on his shower perch. 
yourhusbandrysucks was interested in how easy these kind of set ups are to clean. Spot cleaning orchid bark is pretty quick and easy. A full clean does take longer than changing paper and sooner or later that branch or the bits of slate will get pooped on but a bit of hot water and reptile disinfectant sorts it out pretty quickly. The plastic of the tub is really easy to wipe down and keep clean.  Watching the snakes make full use of all their furnishings is worth a little extra time spent cleaning!   

What a killer set-up.  Man.Rainbowsnakes, yes I did see your Russian Rat Snake post and now I’m creeping through all of your old stuff and reblogging it.  Hi!  :D

rainbowsnakes:

Cleaned out the Russian rat and swapped around his furnishings a bit. He seems keen on his new taller piece of bog wood and is currently stretched out on it with his butt on his shower perch. 

yourhusbandrysucks was interested in how easy these kind of set ups are to clean. Spot cleaning orchid bark is pretty quick and easy. A full clean does take longer than changing paper and sooner or later that branch or the bits of slate will get pooped on but a bit of hot water and reptile disinfectant sorts it out pretty quickly. The plastic of the tub is really easy to wipe down and keep clean.  Watching the snakes make full use of all their furnishings is worth a little extra time spent cleaning!   

What a killer set-up. Man.

Rainbowsnakes, yes I did see your Russian Rat Snake post and now I’m creeping through all of your old stuff and reblogging it. Hi! :D