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    UVB too much perhaps?

    Thank you for your reply. I'll look at switching out the UVB to a 6% as i have no way of raising this up. UVB is still within a year but i was looking to switch it out just in case and because i believed it was too strong. So every time i feed crickets/locusts/roaches etc get a dusting of...
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    UVB too much perhaps?

    Hi All, I know this questioned has been asked alot and i've read alot of threads about it but i'll give you a little background. About 6 months now i've had my panther chameleon that was my girlfriends, we are long distance so she is at mine more and said it makes sense for the chameleon to...
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    escape cricket ....driving me crazy

    Hi All, Some how one of my crickets has managed to get out and is somewhere in my house. I have pin pointed a rough location but unable to find it . Does anyone know how to lure it out or know of any spray i can use to kill it ? Thanks.
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    Chameleon still in sleep spot day 2

    Hi all, I've posted before but short story is my partner gave me her chameleon to look after , he's in 2x2x4 mesh enclosure. Basking light on 12 hours a day along with his UVB. So his lights came on roughly 3 hours ago but yesterday he hasn't moved. His eyes are constantly open so he isn't...
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    Best way to help with heat

    Well the upper half is between 20-22 but any lower than that is below 20. I know they do need a gradient in temp but feel it may be too cold . It's the reason I thought about the solarfan Maybe i'm just panicking a bit. The warmer weather should hopefully be here soon .
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    Best way to help with heat

    Thank you for getting back to me. It's about to be summer so i am hoping temps will rise. I've been looking at solarflare fan heater to help push hotter air around the mesh enclosure. I know these can kill humidity but i would have my mistking on more often. Just wondering if this may be a good...
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    Best way to help with heat

    Hi all , looking for some advice. I've recently been giving a panther chameleon while my partner moves. The chameleon has been moved to a mesh enclosure now rather than a glass . Day temps swing from 20/22 degrees depending on outside temps. Both sides and back have been covered by plastic...
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