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    Quote Originally Posted by GeckoLeen View Post
    I feed superworms occasionally. Younger, smaller sized ones would be fine for juvie geckos. Mine love them.
    so far my boy Ignatius has been a very good eater he hasnt turned down anything i have offered him but he definitely lets me know when he is done he always scurries off to his warm hide when he is done eating.

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    Iggys UVB light came in while i was at work yesterday and i put it on his tank last night before bed and when it came on this morning he poked half his body outside of his warm hide to soak up some UVB for about 15 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutler View Post
    Iggys UVB light came in while i was at work yesterday and i put it on his tank last night before bed and when it came on this morning he poked half his body outside of his warm hide to soak up some UVB for about 15 minutes.
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutler View Post
    I ordered some slate cheese trays that should be coming in a few days they are 12x16 and 0.2 inches thick bought 2 to cover the warm side and for the rest i am going to use some black kitchen liner.
    By the way, have Iggy's slate cheese trays arrived? It's fine to share links on Geckos Unlimited. Just copy the product URL; then paste the product URL onto this thread.

    I'm trying to find this exact product online. The slate cheese trays I found came in variable thicknesses.
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    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutler View Post
    So another question with a DHP do you need a UTH or can you just use the DHP for all the heating needs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    By the way, have Iggy's slate cheese trays arrived? It's fine to share links on Geckos Unlimited. Just copy the product URL; then paste the product URL onto this thread.

    I'm trying to find this exact product online. The slate cheese trays I found came in variable thicknesses.
    They did but one was i guess handled very roughly and it was broken in a few places so i had to return it and the company said they would send a new one when they received the broken one. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...SGT524AY&psc=1
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    Some people (even some very knowledgable ones) don't use an undertank heater with a DHP. But I myself prefer to since at night our house can get quite cold in the winter. I am currently using one the is on 24/7 and set to 32-33C on a thermostat. I consider it as extra insurance should the DHP fail.

    I suppose I could put on a timed thermostat so that the under tank heater shuts off during the day and then the DHP only heats during the daytime, as it does now and then the under tank heater only turns on at night. That is another possible solution. But things seem to be working well right now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marillion View Post
    Some people (even some very knowledgable ones) don't use an undertank heater with a DHP. But I myself prefer to since at night our house can get quite cold in the winter. I am currently using one the is on 24/7 and set to 32-33C on a thermostat. I consider it as extra insurance should the DHP fail.

    I suppose I could put on a timed thermostat so that the under tank heater shuts off during the day and then the DHP only heats during the daytime, as it does now and then the under tank heater only turns on at night. That is another possible solution. But things seem to be working well right now...
    Ahh i see that does make sense but living in florida i may have a bit of wiggle room for the warm months use the DHP and when winter roles around use the UTH and DHP together.
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    Right now i have iggys UVB light on a geeni smart plug so i can set what time it goes off and on. I have it come on at 7:30 AM and turn off at 7 PM and seeing as he has a UVB source i would probably need to change his dusting schedule.
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