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    Re: Substrate Level Question

    If you have your substrate deep enough to raise the snake up closer to the heat source, a UTH will be useless to you. Sounds like you need to switch to an RHP to get your temps up without dropping humidity levels.


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    Oops, no such thing as "orchid bard"...my bad, typo! Meant to type "orchid bark".

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    I've decided to stick with what we've got since she just shed and despite my worries it was a perfect "tube sock" she'd without a single problem. I'm just an over worrier I think sometimes. She's our only ball and everyone else is a colubrid (cornsnakes and a milksnake) and they just don't need the humidity levels as a ball.

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