I do not have the mega rays
I use exoterra 8.0 UVB bulbs and even with these I have noticed a better
over time and with each shedding a better skin condition. Plus they are
eating correct foods.
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005 23:52:37 -0000 "lilacdawndragon"
It's wonderful to hear of the recovery of these poor iguanas.
Do you think, as they recover, their skin might also adapt to the
If you were interested, maybe you could test it, to see?
It might also be interesting to compare any changes to those seen with
iguanas first introduced to high-output merc vapours like the MegaRay
or new TRex Floods.... you could then compare what happens to the skin
when it receives zero,(when first rescued), about 18-30uW/cm2,(under an
8.0 UVB tube at say 8-12") and about 100-200uW/cm2 (a Westron MV at
about 12") on a regular basis...
I wonder if they "tan"?
--- In UVB_Meter_Owners@yahoogroups.com, katsdrago03@j... wrote:
> I am a reptile rescue and I get many Iguanas in that haven't had any
> about 3 to 6 months after being on correct diet and under a UVB 8.0 I
> a BIG difference
> in shedding and color. The longer they are under the UVB the more they
> shed better
> and the more their color comes out. Plus they get a soaking at least
> twice a month
> in the tub. Sometimes more depending on their skin condition.
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