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RE: Question for Ingo

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Posted by: Nino at Wed Jun 28 05:25:39 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Nino ]  
   

Thank you for your answer Ingo.
I bought animals from Michael Kiesel of "Gecko" from Oldenburg. I'm not sure which subspecies they are, since papers say only "T. lepidus (Perleidechse)". Several days ago I bought Osram HQL-R lamps with colour temperature of 3500K, and light intesity 3000 lm. I've been talking with some marine aquarists about usage of metal-halide lamps and they talked me out of it since they, apparently, produce a huge amount of heat and it's a real risk for terrarium to become overheated.


   

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