Jacksons Cage

Southernmost

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Just did some work on the cage, I traded the analog guages for a new digital one, much better, no more guess work. Put the basking light on a dimmer, Im pretty sure it was too hot, it stays around 77-79 inside now away from the direct light. The humidity was staying around 55-60% with just the plants, misting and the dripper, I got a humidifier to raise it some, it can get up to 65-70% now after running for a while, I plan on running it at night only, It seems to do ok setting next to the cage, would directing the mist into the cage make a huge diffrence??
Im new to all this so any suggestions would be a great help.

Thanks!
 

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lilj0e

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i have the same humidifier and i was told to get pvc pipe, put the pvc pipe in the spout and have it go directly in the cage
 
Southernmost said:
JThe humidity was staying around 55-60% with just the plants, misting and the dripper, I got a humidifier to raise it some, it can get up to 65-70% now after running for a while, I plan on running it at night only, It seems to do ok setting next to the cage, would directing the mist into the cage make a huge diffrence??
Absolutely would. Here are some easy ways to do it.

Humidifiers and Chameleon Enclosures By roo
 
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