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Old 17-12-2018, 05:08 PM
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Me again. I've got Tapatalk as recommended for images but I couldn't work out how to add an image to my original thread, so I've started again here. This is the bioactive set up that's bedding in for a male panther chameleon.

I'll get the hang of this eventually and post in the right place!

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Old 18-12-2018, 12:19 AM
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Me again. I've got Tapatalk as recommended for images but I couldn't work out how to add an image to my original thread, so I've started again here. This is the bioactive set up that's bedding in for a male panther chameleon.

I'll get the hang of this eventually and post in the right place! imageimage

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Old 18-12-2018, 09:57 AM
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looks grate
sorry the plant on the right I would get a branch and rap the plant around it
incase the panther try to climb on the plant as that plant is a bit flimsy
and it may fall and get hurt
hope you don't mind me saying so
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Old 18-12-2018, 09:59 AM
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looks grate
sorry the plant on the right I would get a branch and rap the plant around it incase the panther try to climb on the plant as that plant is a bit flimsy
and it may fall and get hurt
hope you don't mind me saying so
Hey there. All advice welcome. I think all my plants are a bit small, they're growing super fast but if the chameleon arrives I'll make sure there's a big one in there
Thank you.

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Old 18-12-2018, 05:00 PM
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I would recommend adding some tall palms, such as Chamaedorea elegans or Dypsis lutescens, to provide some high foliage cover for the chameleon to hide in.

It also looks like you have a Jungle Dawn there, but no UVB? Could you clarify what lighting and heating you are using here?

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Old 18-12-2018, 08:32 PM
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Hi there. We have got UVB. Our lights are:
Arcadia Jungle Dawn LED 9W Compact LED (E27) - plants
Arcadia Solar Basking Spotlight UVA 100W
(E27) (with Exo Terra Light Dome)
Arcadia D3 UV Flood D3+ 24W Compact Lamp 12% UVB (UV 12 months)
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Old 18-12-2018, 08:34 PM
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Hi there. We have got UVB. Our lights are:
Arcadia Jungle Dawn LED 9W Compact LED (E27) - plants
Arcadia Solar Basking Spotlight UVA 100W
(E27) (with Exo Terra Light Dome)
Arcadia D3 UV Flood D3+ 24W Compact Lamp 12% UVB (UV 12 months)
Good stuff, couldn't see it in the picture so was best to check haha. In that case, my only other advice atm is to move the UVB Flood next to the heat lamp, so both UVB and heat beams cross over at the basking zone.
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Old 18-12-2018, 08:35 PM
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Good stuff, couldn't see it in the picture so was best to check haha. In that case, my only other advice atm is to move the UVB Flood next to the heat lamp, so both UVB and heat beams cross over at the basking zone.
Great. Thank you! I'll make sure we do that.

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Old 19-12-2018, 09:53 AM
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Good stuff, couldn't see it in the picture so was best to check haha. In that case, my only other advice atm is to move the UVB Flood next to the heat lamp, so both UVB and heat beams cross over at the basking zone.
Here a pic of the light and the boxes for them all too.

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Old 19-12-2018, 05:20 PM
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