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Beardie Heating... Hmm


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Posted by Tracey on May 09, 2003 at 09:15:44:

In Reply to: Beardie Heating... Hmm posted by falias on May 09, 2003 at 01:15:53:

:Yes, in a 2o gal. the basking light will take care of heat. I have used many ZooMed bulbs, and they last months not weeks. It depends on the bulb though. The most important thing to look for in a bulb is UVB. Don't buy things that say "full spectrum" assuming that means it has UVB. Make sure the box says UVB. Don't assume! MOST reptile bulbs do not have UVB, they only have UVA.
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Looked at your website cute dragons! Nice set-up but you might rethink having all that heavy pile of rocks on top of your substrate.....if your dragons decide to dig they'll be crushed. All heavy items should rest on the bottom and substrate should surround them. I'm not sure why you have sooooo much substate in there anyway.......if you are raising the basking area to get the right temp....that's not the way.....use a higher wattage bulb and/or use a branch or something so they can climb higher.




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