You can always get a double T5-HO fixture so you can house a UVB bulb & 5000k or 6500k grow light.I'm getting a heating lamp and a Repti Sun 10.0, but does anyone add any other lights that look aesthicly pleasing? anyone have pics for example???
I agree, as close to natural as we can replicate is best! You can get a nice looking dual t8 at home depot any size for under 15, I just got a very nice dual 48" for $13, if you get creative with mounting you cant even see the housingI like the T8 dual lamp fixtures from DIYCages.com. They look pretty clean and match the AquaZamp LowProfile RainDome pretty well.
Having odd looking colors in the cage is a bad idea if you want to provide the most natural experience for your chameleon. Best to stick to the UVB lamp and a full spectrum 6500k lamp to keep plants alive and give more light. Light is a big part of their lives in nature so it's good to try and replicate it.
I love the idea of the blue light!I use an Arcadia T5HO quad fixture. It works great to light even the most highly planted enclosures. It is a very low profile light fixture and gives you such options. I use one 6% Arcadia UVB, two 6500k plant lights and a plant pro. The fixture I have also has blue LED lights to mimic the sunrise and sunset. Here's a link to my blog with some pictures and a lighting schedule.
I got mine from site sponsor 'Light Your Reptiles' and highly recommend it! Todd has tons of fixtures and lighting ideas and is always a great help!