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Re: New pet
« Reply #15 on: April 06, 2012, 09:35 »
if you change it from ruebs .that would  be like getting a boat and re naming it after it has sunk?? lots of back luck for the future  :D and oh i,m with you on brillo untill i realised its female :D
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Re: New pet
« Reply #16 on: April 06, 2012, 09:43 »
Hi Rich - Hagrid is a really handsome boy. Love the colour of his skin. 



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Re: New pet
« Reply #17 on: April 06, 2012, 19:40 »
He's an hansom boy, Richyrich 7, big boy too.

My set up is Arcadia T5 12% D3 UV tube with (at the moment) a pro rep, 100 watt bask bulb.

The pro rep is like a R80 spot bulb, Infact I have some B & U R80 spot bulbs, just as good.

The spot/bask lamp is on a ceramic holder with a Habistat dimming thermostat.

She's in an Vivexotic EX48, 48" l x 24" w x 21" high wooden viv, ideally 24" high as well, but only 3" short, most people on the forums reccomend that for an adult beardie.

I won't use exo terra, paid 12 for a GU10 halogen bulb, blew in 2 weeks, paid 99p for a GU10 halogen bulb on Fleabay, lasted 3 months & going strong.

Had other exo bulbs blow too.

I know a good online supplier (cheap & I find no problems with them).

Pm if interested in who they are, based Hersham, Surrey.



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Re: New pet
« Reply #18 on: April 06, 2012, 20:38 »
Thanks for the info spottymint  :)

I was going to make him a viv 4x3x2 but then realised it might be too big for where it was going, so like you say 4x2x2 will be what I'm aiming for.
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