He's using a T8 strip fluorescent tube but hasn't given us the brand name of it yet. He is also using a round gauge (dial) thermometer still and we have discussed that he should replace it with either a probe thermometer or temp gun as soon as he can. So right now it's hard to say what the true temps are since not really getting a good reading at this point.haileytaco":38z3ex75 said:Hello,
Do you know the specific brand and type of the uv bulb? Also, temps are quite low: should be low end 75-85 degrees F, hot side 90-95 degrees F, and basking spot 100-110 degrees F. Temperature as little as 10-20 degrees too cool can often cause beardies to go off feed and become inactive. Up the temps a bit and monitor his behavior and eating the next couple of days and keep us updated.
Hope this helps,