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Keep them like any other thumb, vertical oriented tanks probably better. Benedicta tend to be shy, if you want to see them go for a canopy effect and use a ton of leaf litter. All of my Vanzos have been quite bold, to the point where I need to shoo them away if I open the doors. Benedicta will not egg feed their tads, Vanzos will.
Make sure to have plenty of spring tails, plenty of bromeliads and other hiding spots. Not sure how many you intend to keep in that enclosure, but give them more hiding places so they know if threatened, they can quickly retreat. They LOVE to climb like any other thumb
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