temperature

  1. DragoLikesReptiles

    Temperature question for Panther chameleon?

    What is the ambient and basking temp for a Panther chameleon? My guy eats and drinks great, but he seems like a light brown with his stripe showing. He is 6 - 7 months, and my current basking temp is 88-92.5 F, and ambient is 72 F. Should it be lowered? I have a Reptisun 100 watt bulb for...
  2. LLLReptile

    Check your basking spots precisely with temp guns!

    Tuesday, June 17, 2014 1:42 PM Temp guns are a reptile keeper's best friend! Get the most inexpensive model for every day use - the ZooMed ReptiTemp temp gun! $22.99 each There's always the tried and true TG1 Temp Gun - $24.99 each! Or go all out - get the temp gun with...
  3. LLLReptile

    Thermometers are a herpers best friend!

    Knowing what temperature your cages are is vital to proper husbandry! We offer a variety of thermometers to help you accurately track temperatures in your enclosures and be sure you are providing your reptiles with the temperatures they need to thrive! Attach a High Range Thermometer to...
  4. LLLReptile

    New and Improved - ExoTerra heating and cooling incubators!

    In Stock just in time for egg season! The ExoTerra Reptile Incubator is back with a new and improved design! The newly re-designed Exo Terra Reptile Incubator uses thermoelectric technology which enables the device to cool and to heat. The temperature range is approximately 2C to 60C...
  5. B

    What should i do about temps?

    I have got everything i need for my chameleon i have just set things up and getting temps right before the chameleon comes i have a bit of a dilemma. For the top basking spot i am using a 100w bulb and i was wandering if chameleons climb the mesh on the screen enclosure because i had it a few...
  6. Seeco

    Basking Light Setup -- Lets Discuss the Best Way to Setup a Basking Spot

    This idea came from a recent thread: I'm not so sure about that. It sounds to me like his basking behavior is just several variations on cramming his body in the corner as much a possible. You animal should never have to bask upside down hanging from a screen. Not very natural. In my opinion...
  7. Ethen44

    Post birth question

    Hello everyone, I have a quick question about my (or any) panther chameleon. She just laid her 2nd clutch, and I was wondering if raising her temperature slightly would help her metabolize calcium faster? Would she have any need of extra sunlight/d3/or increased basking temps? Would that help at...
  8. Ethen44

    Temperature Inquiry/Proposition?

    Hello, Our little panther (F. paradalis) just laid her 1st clutch of eggs, and I had a bit of an interesting situation involving the temperature of the eggs. She laid them on Aug 24th (and one single egg on the 22nd) 23 all together. However, they came quicker than anticipated (17 days gravid...
  9. Zach Valois

    Montane/submontane Basking Temps?

    Perhaps I have overlooked some information somewhere, but I am having a hard time deciding on what is an appropriate basking temp for some of the montane/submontane taxa (Trioceros, Kinyongia, etc). I have been running 40 watt tube incandescents (Sun Glo Bulbs) in 12x12x18, 18x18x24, and...
  10. Echoezra

    Minimum temp for outdoor real sun basking

    So, just starting to see some real sun trying to peek out at us the last few days and getting anxious for the good weather to hurry up and get here. In anticipation for sharing some rays with my new chameleons someday hopefully not too far away from now - wondering what minimum temp to be...
  11. J

    What temps are your Pygmy at?

    I have been looking for ages and still cant find a 100% definate answer to the right temp for my pygmy brev cham. Like alot of things on this site there are different oppinions so its hard to judge which is right. some say it has to be 70-75....some say 72 is to low yet some say 72 is just...
  12. CNorton

    Night Time Drop in Incubation

    I am using the thinkgeek heater/cooler and I'm really wondering how I'm going to get a night time drop in temperature. I know several have found the closet/basement/pantry method to be successful but what about during summer months when even these places can reach over 70F during the day...
  13. Y

    :eek:I live in Arizona where it is hot and is this to hot for a veiled.

    I am working on getting one and does any one know if a drop just down from 85 degrees down to 80 is to hot. It would be like this for at least 2 months a year. And does anyone know how to keep humidity in a room. I wont get it this summer but for next year is it OK or should i get a cheap a/c...
  14. E

    Rhampholeon brevicaudatus

    Hello! I recently got 5 chameleons of this species (Rhampholeon caudatus) more or less accidentally, and have some questions: 1. Ventilation: I understood that ventilation is important to avoid growth of fungus etc. I am keeping them in a glass terrarium and was thinking to have a net...
  15. Rocket! You Have To Admit He's Incredibly Handsome ...

    Rocket! You Have To Admit He's Incredibly Handsome ...

    Our first chameleon ever! He's stunning and full of personality (we're only on day 2!) You guys are awesome! Confusing and complicated for people who have never owned anything requiring basking light, UVB, gut loading, etc.
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