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Discussion in 'Enter our BDF Photo of the Month Contest!' started by Juan Hidalgo, Mar 18, 2017.

  1. Juan Hidalgo

    Juan Hidalgo Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Woke up to this don't know what the hell he was up to haha

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    Hey, you sit your way, I'll sit my way. Just wanted to point out, looks like there is red light on him. Red lights irritate their eyes. In the day it doesn't allow their pupils to constrict properly and at night it casts shadows over their third eye making them think they are being hunted.
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    Juan Hidalgo Bearded Dragon Egg

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    That's the heat bulb they sold me at Repticon, is there non red heat bulbs? I turn the heat off at night as well as the UV I live in Phoenix and nights don't get very cold and we don't run the AC all-night just yet
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    During the day you want to use a white colored heat light. You want to try to mimic the outdoors as much as possible with the lighting. There is no red light when you go outside. I've always had luck with Zoomed's basking bulbs, I know that other people don't really like them. You can also use just a par 38 halogen flood light from the hardware store. If the temps get below 65 in his tank at night then use a low watt CHE to warm him up a bit.

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