Habitat Kit Invertebrate / Starter Kit Invertebrate

  • Full glass terrarium
  • Dual front doors for an escape free access
  • Includes all necessary decoration items
  • Unique front window ventilation
  • Full metal screen for top ventilation
  • Natural-looking rock terrarium background
  • Compact Top lighting system with bulb
  • Also includes: Installation guide, Substrate, Insect Water Dish, Jungle Plant, Reptile cave, Thermometer & Hygrometer

The Exo Terra Invertebrate Habitat Kit is the ideal set-up for the beginning entomologist! The kit comes with all of the components necessary to give your hobby a successful start - including the Exo Terra Glass Terrarium with lighting system. The Exo Terra Glass Terrarium features front opening doors, allowing easy access for maintenance and feeding. The full screen top ventilation screen is made from stainless steel to prevent escapes. The Exo Terra Compact Top canopy (included) was specially designed for the Exo Terra Glass Terrarium. This easy-to-install lighting system contains a fixture with reflector and an Exo Terra Daytime Heat Lamp bulb.


An Instruction Manual is included to guide you through the process of installation, decoration and maintenance of the Exo Terra Invertebrate Habitat Kit.

Ideal for: Arachnids & scorpions, millipedes & centipedes, praying mantises, stick insects, beetles, etc.

Habitat Kit Invertebrate
PT2654 30 x 30 x 30 cm 12” x 12” x 12”

Not available in the UK.

Not available in France.

PT2654 Habitat Kit Invertebrate:
Exo Terra Glass Terrarium - Compact Top - Exo Terra Daytime Heat Lamp - Rock Background - Jungle Plant Small - Water Dish with Foam Small - Terrarium Cave Small - Plantation Soil - Hygromometer - Thermometer - Instruction Manual - Terrarium Catalogue

Instruction Manual (PDF)

Habitat Kit Invertebrate

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