Hello all, Let's assume we are talking about reptiles not receiving a D3 supplement. Captive reptiles can suffer from an excess of D3 due to over-supplementation. However, in the wild, reptiles receive D3 from UVB exposure and their food only. My question is, if I were to put a desert uvb bulb (HYPOTHETICALLY) in with a chameleon who otherwise got all his D3 from his food, and otherwise had perfect husbandry, what would be the effect? If you have references that is great. I am asking this because I'm developing some research questions to send to potential advisors for graduate school. Thanks!