Hi all, been a while since i posted... I was recently informed by an expert of a new way to maintain my white lipped frog enclosure. Heating wise the idea was to have a 60w flood light above the enclosure with a blue,green,red or yellow shield to make the light a colour and connect to a thermostat at 30 degrees... apparently this gives out enough heat and uvb that a uvb light or ceramic heat light are not needed, which is great because ceramics are expensive and such a pain!, the other thing to do was also to keep a energy saving light bulb or downlight on in the enclosure during the day to create more of a basking spot but also some natural light that looks better along with the coloured light from the flood light. Substrate wise the thing to do is to have just normal soil that is constantly water logged and to be turned over every day... this is much better as sphagnum moss dries out really fast. Has anyone utilized this method?