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Old 11-20-2008, 02:35 AM
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Default Re: How to build a lid for an octogonal tank

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THanks for the instructions. For this application I dont think that would be suitable though - too risky that crickets and/or geckos would slip through any gaps I accidentally leave. I'm going to see if I can get a piece of lexan cut for me at a decent price locally. Otherwise I'm out of ideas.
It is more sucure than you think. There actually is a commercially sold version of this that i got the idea from: Tera-Rep, that looks more secure than mine, but mine does hold in the tiny house geckos that just hatched a few days ago, and it would hold crickets.
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