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  1. How do I know what lighting category my lizard falls into?How do I know what lighting category my lizard falls into? [Article]
    A. The group of animals known as the lizards are a very varied and diverse group of animals. Some have been selected by nature to live in very harsh and extreme UV emission zones and have developed a ...
  2. Can the Arcadia High output T5 reptile lamps be used with a dimming controller?Can the Arcadia High output T5 reptile lamps be used with a dimming controller? [Article]
    A. The Arcadia high output T5 range of reptile lamps uses international lamp lengths and wattages and the same build process as non UV HO T5 lamps. So yes where the technology exists these lamps can b...
  3. My D3 basking lamp will not light back up again after I have turned it off for quite a while, is this normal?My D3 basking lamp will not light back up again after I have turned it off for q... [Article]
    A. Mercury vapour lamps have many uses for the reptile keeper. They provide a good amount of quality light, heat and UV. Due to the internal ballast system that starts and keeps the lamp running prope...
  4. My T8 Reptile controller has a white cylinder FSU switch, how often should this be replaced.My T8 Reptile controller has a white cylinder FSU switch, how often should this ... [Article]
    A. The FSU switch or starter is usually a white cylindrical tube that is attached to the front of the controller very near the lamp leads. This is a replaceable part of the controller that will wear o...
  5. The plastic lamp clips that hold my reptile lamps in place are becoming very brittle is this normal?The plastic lamp clips that hold my reptile lamps in place are becoming very bri... [Article]
    A. Ultraviolet light has many effects on plastic as does heat. The clips that we provide for use with our lamps have been selected to provide you with a long period of safe use. However these clips wi...
  6. Do Bosc monitors require UV lighting?Do Bosc monitors require UV lighting? [Article]
    A. Similar to the old style of snake keeping is has been thought that these amazing omnivores would obtain all of the D3 that they need from the prey sources that they consume and effective suppl
  7. Are reptile lamps dangerous to humans?Are reptile lamps dangerous to humans? [Article]
    A. UV emitting lamps designed for household reptile use are not likely to cause any damage to humans at all. At Arcadia Reptile we include a special type of glass and crystal that blocks all short wav...
  8. Can I use the D3 basking lamp as a sole source of light, heat and UV over a small glass vivarium?Can I use the D3 basking lamp as a sole source of light, heat and UV over a smal... [Article]
    ...e an internally ballasted lamp that produces light, heat and UV. They have been used for years as a reptile husbandry product. In certain circumstances these lamps can be used
  9. I want to get a Dwarf Crocodile what is the best method of lighting him?I want to get a Dwarf Crocodile what is the best method of lighting him? [Article]
    A. Crocs are very tricky to illuminate properly. Firstly they spend long periods in water which will cut some of the available UV energy. Secondly they have a very thick armour plate which is designed...
  10. I keep a group of red headed Agamas, what is the best way of lighting these lizards?I keep a group of red headed Agamas, what is the best way of lighting these liza... [Article]
    A. The Red headed Agama (Agama agama) is one the most commonly imported reptiles into the UK and can be very affordable. This has made them very appealing to younger or first time keepers. Red headed ...
  11. I have a salamander should I provide lighting?I have a salamander should I provide lighting? [Article]
    A. The use of artificial lighting for the forest floor dwellers is sometimes useful, especially if breeding is required. At Arcadia Reptile we recommend the use of low power sources. A 8 watt or 14wat...
  12. I have heard of UV boosting can I use your lamps to do this?I have heard of UV boosting can I use your lamps to do this? [Article]
    A. UV boosting is the practise of exposing an animal to high levels of UVB energy for a short period of time. This method has been extensively tested in the past and good results have been noted espec...
  13. Will my pet scorpion fluoresce green under the natural sunlight lamp?Will my pet scorpion fluoresce green under the natural sunlight lamp? [Article]
    A. No some scorpion’s exoskeleton will fluoresce green under a long wavelength UVA lamp called a black light. These very blue/purple lamps are the same kind of lamp that you may see in a nightcl...
  14. I have a corn snake, do you recommend UV lighting or not?I have a corn snake, do you recommend UV lighting or not? [Article]
    ...ica. It is very diurnal and a very effective predator of a vast array of animals including rodents, reptiles, a
  15. I use rainwater for my froglet rearing pools believing it to be the best source of water. How will the Terrarium Polyfilter affect the water?I use rainwater for my froglet rearing pools believing it to be the best source ... [Article]
    A. Many, many people use rainwater for their captive reptiles and amphibians as it would by definition be free from chlorines and fluorides. But it will have had the chance of being polluted by pestic...
  16. What is the difference between UVA and UVB?What is the difference between UVA and UVB? [Article]
    A. Light is measured in nanometres. This is a way of allocating differing colours or wavelengths of light with a number. Light starts on a graph at blue on the left and red on the right. The chromatic...
  17. I have a mixed enclosure of reptiles including green anoles and rough green snakes. What lamp do you suggest?I have a mixed enclosure of reptiles including green anoles and rough green snak... [Article]
    A. Mixed collections are undoubtably beautiful and rewarding but the differing dietary and lighting needs of mixed species environments can sometimes become tricky to manage. Both the green anole
  18. Can I buy Arcadia reptile products in America?Can I buy Arcadia reptile products in America? [Article]
    ...Yes! All of our Reptile and Bird lamps in both T8 and High output T5 are available via www.lightyourreptiles.com in America, Canada and Mexico. We are also working on compact and mercury vapour lamp
  19. I keep a royal python in a three foot long enclosure that is 18” high do you advise the use of UV lighting?I keep a royal python in a three foot long enclosure that is 18” high do you adv... [Article]
    A. Snakes like all reptiles use UVA to “activate” their tetrachromatic vision, and they do also use UVB to top up on Vitamin D₃. There are also around another hundred reported chemic...
  20. I keep a pet tarantula, what lamp do you recommend for him?I keep a pet tarantula, what lamp do you recommend for him? [Article]
    ...onship with the sun. All the evidence points towards them using the UV spectrum in a similar way to reptiles. This would enable
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