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Old 11-13-2008, 03:03 PM
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Default How to build a lid for an octogonal tank

I recently adopted a Tokay and golden gecko, along with a Cuban, Golden, and White's tree frog. The previous owner kept them all together in a 40 gallon breeder tank for a couple of years without problems. I would prefer to separate the geckos from the frogs ( the frogs can remain together for a bit as they are all currently the same size ). I have a 20 gallon octogonal tank that I would like to setup for the geckos. The problem is I have no lid. Originally I was going to use screen door material but then I realized the joints are only 90 degrees so they wont work. What are my other options? I was thinking to find a glass shop in the area that can cut two pieces of glass, with a hole in each, that I can then silicone to a joint but if I can't, would acrylic/plexiglass work? I dont need a UV light or a heat lamp but I do want a small CF lamp over it for the plants.
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