looking for used screen cages

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lele

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I was getting a bunch from someone, but last minute it fell through so has left me searching late in the season - I use them for rearing my wild silk moths in/outdoors as well as when I do presentation with them.

I need anywhere from 18x18x20 (approx) up to 24x24x48. I do not care if the frames are slightly bent or small holes (that I can repair) from attaching/hanging stuff inside. They do need to be relatively tight because I need to keep parasitic wasps and flies out, but I can probably caulk/fix most minor problems. Of course I would want them dismantled and clean, but I will also be cleaning and disinfecting - just don't want lots of cham poop stuck everywhere!:eek:

If you think you have any that I might be interested in please send me an email or PM. I live in NH so if you are local I might be able to pick up or meet.

thanks!
lele
 

mkicm

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I have a 72x30x30 enclosure that i am trying to sell, it's never been used. Selling for $125 including shipping.
 

ei489

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mkicm said:
I have a 72x30x30 enclosure that i am trying to sell, it's never been used. Selling for $125 including shipping.

Can you post a picture of this cage?:)

Thanks
 

RESGuy

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I have a cage that is 15x19x16. But the problem is that you would have to either buy the chameleon in it which Im also selling or you would have to wait for it to be sold. If you want a picture of the cage and/or the chameleon e-mail me at [email protected] or PM me. Thank You!
 

Snail Tail

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I know that if you build the cages out of good old fashion aluminum screening and wood, if you build a bunch of them, for me anyway, they come out to about 25 bucks a cage (somewhere around 24"x18"x24"). Now thats not a bad deal, only problem is I don't think shipping these would be to easy. But if you want a fun project, there ya go. :)
 

ChameleonsTree

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Snail Tail said:
I know that if you build the cages out of good old fashion aluminum screening and wood, if you build a bunch of them, for me anyway, they come out to about 25 bucks a cage (somewhere around 24"x18"x24"). Now thats not a bad deal, only problem is I don't think shipping these would be to easy. But if you want a fun project, there ya go. :)
can you take pics and explain your design?
 

Snail Tail

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Hey,

I mean, theres no secret to my design. You can see what the cages look like in these pics. The more you build, the cheaper they come out. Plus, they can come out even cheaper than these cages in these pics if you build them in a whole unit all connected together. I will get pics of cages like that up soon. In these pics, their all individual cages. Also, that price is not including the frame that holds up all the cages.

http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e90/Mantis8944/d7ea505f.jpg

http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e90/Mantis8944/5ce5f348.jpg

http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e90/Mantis8944/e68a8866.jpg

-Adam.
Snail Tail Inc.
 
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