||Nocturnal reptile-viewing, night heat lamp emits bluish light
||Recreate blue moonlit nighttime conditions in reptile habitats
||Stimulate natural breeding behaviors in reptiles & amphibians
Reproduce tropical nighttime look and temperature in herptile terrariums. Exo Terra Night Glo Moonlight Bulb emits a bluish light to simulate natural moonlight. Soft blue glow allows nocturnal viewing without disturbing your herp's day and night cycle. Night heat lamp generates the right amount of heat to recreate cooler tropical nighttime temperature associated with natural temperature drops at night. Stimulate breeding behavior in reptiles and amphibians. Combine with Sun Glo Bulb or Repti Glo Bulb for a 24-hour lighting cycle.
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The bulb simulates natural moonlight to allow nocturnal viewing without disturbing the animal's day and night cycle. The light emitted is bluish due to the use of blue glass. The heat generated by the bulb helps recreate tropical nighttime temperatures. The lower wattage of these bulbs does not interfere with natural night drops in temperature.
- Moonlight lamp
- Simulates natural moonlight
- Perfect for nocturnal viewing
- Provides tropical nighttime temperatures
- Stimulates breeding behavior in reptiles and amphibians
- Can be combined with Repti Glo or Sun Glo for a 24-hour cycle
Exo Terra's Incandescent Light Bulbs
Exo Terra's Sun-Glo incandescent light bulbs (except the Sun Glo Tight Beam) have a glass sleeve with mixed-in Neodymium, a rare earth metal that changes the color balance of the illumination, giving terrarium animals, decoration and plants a more natural appearance. The Night-Glo has a dark blue glass sleeve allowing it to emit a moon-like light. All bulbs are manufactured in colored glass, thereby preventing the fading or cracking as seen in coated bulbs. Colored glass also increases heat radiation transfer. Incandescent lamps are the most common sources of terrarium lighting. Although incandescent bulbs are more suitable as a heat source than as a visual light source, they are the perfect form of complementary lighting as all reptiles need a form of heat radiation. In some cases, incandescent lamps are sufficient, as some terrarium animals do not need excessive visual light based on their behavior, i.e. night active reptiles, arachnids or some amphibians. Some snakes will do well when only these types of lamps are used, as they do not need ultraviolet radiation. Incandescent bulbs fail to produce ultraviolet B (UVB) rays.