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I'm new to forum and beardies just got our first a month ago so not fit to address your concerns but I have to say that is a buetifull enclosure.
Oh wow thank you! I'm always trying to set it up so he can enjoy his activities. He kept jumping so had to buy that bonsai driftwood and now he jumps from branch to branch. He loves to climb the walls, dig, and zooming from one small spot to the other so decided to buy a bunch of slate rocks to make some cave/crevices.I'm new to forum and beardies just got our first a month ago so not fit to address your concerns but I have to say that is a buetifull enclosure.
Hi,When he gets to be about 6 months old hes not going to want that hot of a temp -- then your gonna need to adjust it to 95-100--- so just watch his behavior and see what he does ---
Thank you so much for your input! Does "just about there with the basking temp" mean that it's satisfactory and don't need to change anything or I'm nearly there and should try upping it by 1? Apologies if it sounds obvious, just wanted to make sure because I know that lighting and heating is very important for the health of bearded dragons and I don't want to do anything wrong.the uvb diagonal isn't a problem. having it on the screen with a 12% bulb you want the distance to be 8-10 inches. it sounds like you are just about there with the basking temp. i know you've been struggling with that part from reading previous posts. you could try doing more of a diagonal with the uvb and have two different spots, one for uvb and one for temp basking. if they have a range of options they will go to where they need to be. i have a long vine at an angle from top to bottom that is under my uvb and then a basking platform right behind it. that allows more of a uvb range and easier control on temp with basking because i'm not trying to do both things in the exact same spot.