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Reptile Heat Lamp Fixtures

Choosing the right dome lamp to house your heat bulb is very important, since lamps are rated to a maximum number of watts. Be certain to check the rating on the lamp or terrarium light bar you have in mind before making a purchase. It is also a good idea to be prepared to suspend the lamp over the habitat without letting the lamp lay directly on top, which will melt the framework of many terrariums and aquariums. Using a reptile lamp stand can prevent this damage, as well as making it easy to adjust the lamp up or down, which also helps make a habitat warmer or cooler.

Zoo Med Naturalistic Terrarium Hood 100

Zoo Med Naturalistic Terrarium Hood

Excelent Dual Light
Pros: Nice Design
Cons:
Wonderful light for a RES turtle, allows both UV A & B. Uses a 60 watt heat bulb in one side and a 15 watt UVB in the other, each bulb has its' own on/off switch. mounted over her floating dock for da...