Lights

Multivitamins

Chameleon Enthusiast
It's tough you can get the basking dome lights there but they are cheaper quality than the pet store version plastic base vs ceramic for not much of a price difference. For t5 lighting I'm not sure you'll find better deals than on Amazon for uvb fixtures but I've never looked at h.d.


Edit to include a link for a recommended t5

https://www.amazon.com/Odyssea-Time...3597&s=gateway&sprefix=t5+24+,aps,487&sr=8-11
 
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Multivitamins

Chameleon Enthusiast
They have br30 bulbs they seem to be a fan favorite for basking lights wattage depends on your specific needs and temps / distance to the basking branch or vine. I bought a 6 pack and it's served me well
 

Gracie79

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They have br30 bulbs they seem to be a fan favorite for basking lights wattage depends on your specific needs and temps / distance to the basking branch or vine. I bought a 6 pack and it's served me well
Thank you for your reply also anything needed for plants light wise?
 

Multivitamins

Chameleon Enthusiast
Thank you for your reply also anything needed for plants light wise?

Your welcome
For plants
Medium to low light plants can do very well with 6500k daylight bulbs common item and cheap. If you get a t5 ballast you can run 1 uvb bulb and the other /s with the 6500k it will help plants a bit.

If you have plants that need more light and they aren't getting any sunlight from Windows a led spotlight is a good option there is a thread from prime day that I'll try to find a link to. These are recommended by other usesers as are jungle Dawn. They provide high intensity light that helps get plants lower in the enclosure.

https://www.chameleonforums.com/thr...r-amazon-prime-day.170263/page-5#post-1499553
 
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