Hello Everyone,
I am sure posts like this have been posted before on this news group, but I have searched the group for available anwsers and I was unable to find any.
I am interested in building an automated drip system for each one of my lizards (I keep a bearded dragon and three leopard geckos). I relize that a dripper may increase the humidity adove the confurt level of my herps, so I have decided to connect my system to timer to allow the humidity to excape every few hours.
I was planning on using a small terrarium pump to supply the water, but I am having a hard time finding good recommendations on different brands and models. I was wondering if you guys maybe able to recommend a few.
Thanks for reading my post
JB
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I am interested in building an automated drip system for each one of my lizards (I keep a bearded dragon ... herps, so I have decided to connect my system to timer to allow the humidity to excape every few hours.

It only takes a sohrt time for the humidity to get too high. Please be sure to use a hygrometer in both the cages of your arid desert species lizards that you're going to be putting drip systems in... too much humidity causes more problems than just comfort.
I was planning on using a small terrarium pump to supply the water, but I am having a hard time finding good recommendations on different brands and models.

Just go to a fish supplies store and buy a pump for a small aquarium. They should be able to tell you which one of theirs is the best quality.

DO NOT BUY PENN PLAX. They make all kinds of good stuff, but their stuff with any moving parts is CRAP!!
fr0glet