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  1. sadams
    02-03-2013 08:32 PM - permalink
    Hey just wondering how the breeding project is going on the blue water dragon ?
  2. sadams
    23-06-2012 06:06 PM - permalink
    Hi there just thought id drop you a message to ask after the water dragon babies they mst be growing fast now hey ? any signs of blues in them ?
  3. Quolibet
    09-03-2012 07:40 AM - permalink
    I buy by uvb's on UV Lampen But it is all in dutch. You can email frans if he can help you find the right uvb for you. His email is: [email protected]
    Or you can email to the german seller of solar raptor: ECONLUX | SolarRaptor, SolarStinger, SolarPlant SolarRaptor-Reptilienbeleuchtung

    Or maybe there is an online shop in the UK how sells it.
    Here you can see how much uvb they give:
    Its like the real sun, and arcadia is n 1/8 of what the sun gives...
    Two other uvbs how are also okay are: Bright sun uv and Powersun
    But Solar raptor is the best.
    If you have more questions, tell me!

    greetings renske
  4. Quolibet
    09-03-2012 07:40 AM - permalink
    Fist of all, sorry if my english is not that good. Im from the netherlands. I hope you understand me.
    The humidity is not that inportant. Keep doing it like you do. If you have a big pool for them to swim in, it will be fine.
    The enclosure is a realy good size! Respect for it! A to small cage can gif your waterdragons a bone deseas becouse they cant move proper. And bone problems can couse ??eggbound?? (dying of not laiing her eggs).
    But the uvb is not that good. I try to tell people but they wont lissen. Thats the biggest problem with waterdragons the space and the uvb. They get bone desease and drouning or die of eggbound...
    We use Solar raptors in al our enclosurs. Its a very good uvb how gives a very high uva and uvb. It makes them feel good, healty and making more baby's becouse of it.

    following more...
  5. sadams
    04-03-2012 08:52 PM - permalink
    Hi guys hope your all well and the babies are growing fast now. I have a question for you as experienced keepers of waterdragons. Im sure you dont remember my viv but its fairly large and im struggling to find helpful advice on keeping the humidity high and after just losing a female from her becoming eggbound im not sure if i have enough uv in there either. The enclosure is roughly 10ft x 8ft x 4ft, temps seem constant with the 2 basking spots being 35c and 31c and the whole ambient temp staying constant too after just adding a large heating tube. It has a large pool of water and a rain system but i still can only maintain a humidity of 45% apart from when i spray the whole thing and then it rises to over 80% for a short while. The uv is supplied via a MVB and the new arcadia strip bulb. I may have things covered i just thought id ask to see what you think.

    Kind regards


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