Exo Terra Sun Glo Day Time Heat Lamp A21 150w

A broad spectrum daylight lamp for desert and tropical terrariums. The broad spectrum is ideal for plant's photosynthesis and the UVA (ultraviolet A) light contributes to reptiles' physiological well-being. Another important factor is the heat emitted by this bulb to increase the all over ambient temperature in the terrarium. Can be combined with Night Glo or Heat Glo for a 24-hour cycle. T10 available in 15 watt, 25 watt and 40 wattA19 available in 60 watt and 100 wattA21 available in 100watt and 150watt

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