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Uromastyx light replacement
Old 07-08-2009, 12:49 PM   #1
 
Exclamation Uromastyx light replacement

Hey guys, I'm the proud owner of a uro after much sacrifice and hard-headedness. I have used different kinds of mercury vapor bulbs for him but unfortunately I need to cut down on the spending a bit. I got what I asked for, I guess. I wanted a uro and forgot about the sacrifices. So I need to get lighting soon and am contemplating what to get. The zilla 50 T8s I use for my beardies are really good. And recently I've read a lot of good feedback online so I am considering using them for my uro. Anyone around here familiar with uros? What do most of you guys use? MVBs or regular fluorescents?
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Old 07-15-2009, 01:36 PM   #2
 
Oh yea mvbs are great but ARE pricey. I love the zilla desert 50 tube uvbs and have been using them since last year. I say get those. They provide enough uvb that uros need as much as mvbs I'd say.

by the way, what kind of uro are you getting?
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