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Tedore, C. (2023). A comparison of photographic and spectrometric methods to quantify the colours seen by animal eyes. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 15,  
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Taylor, E. N., Diele-Viegas, L. M., Gangloff, E. J., Hall, J. M., Halpern, B., & Massey, M. D., et al. (2021). The thermal ecology and physiology of reptiles and amphibians: A user's guide. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, 335(1), 13–44.  
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Piazena, H., & Kelleher, D. K. (2010). Effects of infrared-a irradiation on skin: Discrepancies in published data highlight the need for an exact consideration of physical and photobiological laws and appropriate experimental settings. Photochemistry and Photobiology, 86(3), 687–705.  
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Wunderlich, S., Griffiths, T., & Baines, F. (2024). Uvb-emitting leds for reptile lighting: Identifying the risks of nonsolar uv spectra. Zoo Biology, 43(1), 61–74.  
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Durston, L. 2024, March Lighting choices of captive lizards: varanus acanthurus. Unpublished poster presented at BHS/AHH Conference.  
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Davies, C., Brown, R., & Passos, L. 2024, March Artificial uv and captive frogs: what are the health benefits. Unpublished poster presented at BHS/AHH Conference.  
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Muryn, R., & Perron, D. (2020). The power of infrared for reptiles. On The Animals at Home Network Podcast.  
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Ieee draft recommended practices of modulating current in high brightness leds for mitigating health risks to viewers. (2014). IEEE P1789/D32, September 2014, 1–80.  
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Dishman, Q. (2024). Filament¬†temperature: are halogen lamps really hotter (and therefore better)?  
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Heliopan filter 8025 uv/ir cut.  
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Li, C., Du, Y., Chen, H., Han, X., Wu, W., & Kong, X., et al. (2023). Transmission infrared micro-spectroscopic study of individual human hair. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 28,  
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Finlayson, L., Barnard, I. R. M., McMillan, L., Ibbotson, S. H., Brown, T. C. A., & Eadie, E., et al. (2022). Depth penetration of light into skin as a function of wavelength from 200 to 1000 nm. Photochemistry and Photobiology, 98(4), 974–981.  
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Optische straling. gezondheidskundige advieswaarden voor blootstelling aan elektromagnetische straling met golflengten tussen 100 nanometer en 1 millimeter. (1993).  
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Elvidge, C. D., Keith, D. M., Tuttle, B. T., & Baugh, K. E. (2010). Spectral identification of lighting type and character. Sensors, 10, 3961–3988.  
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de Loos, B. (2016). Production of cutaneous vitamin d3 after uvb radiation in reptiles and amphibians. Unpublished master's thesis, Utrecht University.  
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Denardo, B. (2002). Temperature of a lightbulb filament. The Physics Teacher, 40(2), 101–105.  
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Lucas, R., Allan, A., brainard, G., brown, T., Dauchy, R., & Didikoglu, A., et al. 2023. In the eye of the beholder: Measuring and standardising light for laboratory mammals.  
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P√©rez i de Lanuza, G., & Font, E. (2014). Ultraviolet vision in lacertid lizards: Evidence from retinal structure, eye transmittance, sws1 visual pigment genes and behaviour. Journal of Experimental Biology,  
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Longcore, T. 2023. Effects of led lighting on terrestrial wildlife.  
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Lamb, J., & Davis, M. (2020). Salamanders and other amphibians are aglow with biofluorescence. Scientific Reports, 10,  
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