Temperature responses of bearded dragons

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Refer to more details and citation list to "MORPHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SQUAMAT"
Philip C. Withers & James E. O’Shea

Preferred body temperatures data from Wilson , the Preferred Body Temperature (PBT) for Bearded Dragons is 35oC (95oF).
Their Preferred Optimum Temperature Range (POTR the range of temperature needed to maintain normal body functions) is 35oC to 39oC ie (95oF to 102oF).

Relationships between PBT and ambient temperature from Mumford.

Behaviours based on ambient temperature from Thompson.

Similar temperature responses for CBDs and Rankins.
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I have questions about bubbles on our bearded dragons eye.

So he’s gotten bubbles on his eye. We wiped them off and it’s only been twice in the last few weeks. Should we be concerned? No coughing or congestion. He’s very hungry and sleeps well. He’s 8-9 month range. His humidity is 30-40 day time and as high as 50-55 at night to early morning.
Should we be concerned?

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