berasmommy":3m9n4tdz said:Someone posted this link on another post and I just needed some clarification
So based on this graph our beardie is getting 35 uW/cm2 of UVB output. What amount should he be getting? Your answer will help us determine if we need to move him closer to the light or mount the light under the screen. We are currently using a Reptisun 10.0 T-5-ho bulb in an Exo Terra terrarium 36” x 18” x 18”.
Mscarazo85":10w9tm02 said:Hi, I have a problem with my basking bulb blowing out last one I had lasted one day and the one before that lasted one month. 150w zoo med, ceramic clamp lamp. It’s on a day and night zoo med timer that’s connected to a power strip. I’m not sure what’s going on, if it’s the clamp lamp or the the power strip. Please help. My beardies name is Neo (matrix) he is 21inched long/ 40 gallon tank.
I just brought my beardie home yesterday and am a nervous wreck I don't have this thing set up correctly. I have been reading a lot that the UVB light needs to be IN the tank Under the mesh because the mesh filters out the UVB. If this is true, how the heck do I mount it??
I mistakenly bought a20 gallon Zoomed Glass setup with the screen mesh top. So to access the dragon, I have to remove all lamps to open the top.
I think when I buy the bigger tank if not sooner I will get one that opens in the front.
But for now, do I need to figure out how to get the UVB under the screen?
Danadoo":en6d8rf9 said:Hi all
I am a new bearded dragon owner
I have an 8 week old female called Mia
I have had her just over a week and everything seems fine
She eats, poo is normal she is active
But I am so paranoid about temp inside her Viv
So far temps are bang on but what I am most worried about is the temperature dropping at night, my temp thing said 62f
So today I purchased an Exo Terra night bulb 15 w just to keep it warm enough for her
How warm is to warm at night and what is the ideal temp at night for her