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    Are my temps right??

    Hi! I am kind of confused about what the temps should be in my ball python’s enclosure. I have a 240g Ball Python in a 25qt tub. My heat sources are a Che (ceramic heat emitter) and a UTH (under tank heater). I have a hot spot of 90 degrees F. with the overall temperature in the enclosure ranging from 81-83 degrees F. Humidity is usually around 50-65%. I can’t help but feel that his tub should be warmer. Are my temps correct or do they need to be adjusted?
    Last edited by vrp98; 08-13-2019 at 04:38 PM.

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    Your temps are spot on. Personally, I go 88-89 for a hot spot, but 90 is very common.
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