Zoo Med Moonlite Reptile Terrarium Bulb, 60-watt

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  • Blue glass light bulb for nocturnal animals.
  • Can provide 24-hour heat as an economical heat source.
  • Won’t interfere with your buddy’s normal nocturnal routine.
  • Made of a true deep blue glass that is not painted or coated.
  • Designed to provide moonlight lighting for your nocturnal colonel.
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I have a couple questions. Is this a black light? If so, is it ok to use black lights with albino leopard geckos? I am hesitant to use one in the risk of damaging her skin.
Answer by ChewyApr 14, 2021
The Moonlight bulb is not a backlight. It lights up and looks very purple when it is on. You can safely use it with an albino leopard gecko.

Is this light good for a bearded dragon?
Answer by ChewyDec 08, 2020
This Moonlite Reptile Terrarium Bulb is suitable for breaded dragons.

would it be good for iguanas at night
Answer by ChewyNov 25, 2020
This Bulb is suitable for Iguanas for nighttime use.

Is this suitable for crested geckos?
Answer by ChewyAug 13, 2020
The Zoo Med Moonlite Reptile Terrarium Bulb is suitable for nocturnal reptiles and amphibians such as crested geckos.

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By ReptileGod on Dec 10, 2020

Avoid all colored heat bulbs

This "moonlight" bulb is too bright for any reptiles at night. It messes up their circadian rhythm. Reptiles can see colors, so their environment ends up tinted blue day and night. Its unnatural. For basking heat during the day a halogen PAR38 dimmable flood bulb is excellent. Wattage depends on enclosure size. All heat sources must be plugged into a thermoSTAT to control the temperature. I highly recommend Herpstat thermostats.