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    Crested Gecko/plant lighting

    I plan on making a living/natural vivarium for a future crested gecko, just wanted to make sure I picked up the right light. I don't want to bother the animal with the light / harm the eyes.
    It's a 60watt "grow light" that uses 9watt. It's LED and uses blue and red light for chlorophyll a & b and has low heat emission. Is this good?

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    The key is that it does not produce heat since has you know high heat stressed and kill cresties.

    This is what I use or you can also use a regular bulb.
    Last edited by Stewart_Reptiles; 01-26-2020 at 11:33 AM.
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