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Terrarium for Pogona Henrylawsoni

Terrarium for Pogona Henrylawsoni

The Pogona Henrylawsoni is a species that has recently gained more and more popularity among breeders. In this category you will find terrariums for Pogona Henrylawsoni and other smaller land lizards.

Which terrarium for the Pogona Henrylawsoni?

Pogona henrylawsoni is an Australian lizard inhabiting the so-called Chernozems, which dry up after prolonged heat, creating numerous cracks and scratches. This landscape is characterized by the presence of shrubs and grasses. To ensure the comfort of these reptiles, a terrarium of size 100x50x50 and larger is recommended for two individuals. The more agama we want to keep together, the larger the accommodation should be provided to them.

Material for the terrarium should be resistant to moisture and allow for keeping clean as well as easy and effective disinfection. The agama terrarium needs to be kept clean to avoid respiratory infections, parasites and more. A waterproof PVC terrarium that does not absorb moisture, is easy to clean and has no pores, which does not create a friendly environment for fungi and mites, will be perfect.

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Pogona Henrylawsoni terrarium, lighting and decor

  • In the terrarium for agama, sand, a mixture of sand and clay, bark, beech cubes or odorless corn cob litter can be used as bedding - Substrate for Pogona Henrylawsoni
  • The decor can be rocks and roots. You can also put artificial plants in the terrarium or plant dry-loving plants, but keep in mind that they are part of their diet and can be eaten over time.
  • You will also need a pool of water - deep enough for the lizard to dive at the same time shallow enough to reach the bottom with its paws.
  • It is necessary to provide bright lighting in the terrarium - it is a photophilous species, in addition to the standard UVB 10.0 fluorescent lamp, it is worth adding a fluorescent lamp with a spectrum similar to sunlight or HQI or halogen lamps. UVB bulb 10% for agama
  • It is worth spraying the terrarium once in a while, in the summer we spray more often and more abundantly, imitating the natural environment.