#1 42 Watt Spiral Fluorescent Replacement Bulb
* Assembled Depth (In Inches) : 3.5 In.
* Assembled Height (In Inches) : 8.9
* Assembled Weight (In LBS) : 0.7
* Assembled Width (In Inches) : 6.2
* Bulb Category : Household
* Energy Star Compliant : True
* Life (Hr.) : 10000.0 Hr.
* Maximum Bulb Wattage : 42
* Voltage : 0 Volts
* Watts : 42 Watts
equivalent to 150watts
#2 100W Fluorex Replacement bulb.4U E-39 Mogul Base. Replacement bulb for model 92102 100W Floodlight
* 100W Replacement Bulb
* 4U-E39 Mogal Base
* Replacement Bulb for Model 92102 fixture
* MFG Model # : 92100B
* MFG Part # : 92100B
i do not know if these works for lamps or not i'm not much of a light guy.
hopefully they work on my clipon lamp for my homework.
which one of these two would be better for two plant? i got a regular almost dead venus flytrap. and planning on getting Nepenthes sanguinea from http://www.flytrapshop.com
and the sanguinea that andy sends are always great
hes where i got mine from.
sorry i just updated the thing.
i just had 2 fluorex fail on me.
you can try but im not going to guarantee they will work
they give good light but have a high fail rate
personally i would do this
go to Home depot, buy a shoplight fixture, preferably one that houses 2 lights
if your going to grow a nep, trust me, you will get addicted and you WILL get more. it happens.
but on to the light fixture
pre wired light fixture is the easiest, you can get one that needs wiring if you cant find a good prewired
i, myself run for my terrarium, 2 20watt 24" daylight fluorescent bulbs at about 3 dollars each.
i also have a small 26watt spiral fluorescent light on it, but it produces a very small amount of light.
you can get the fixture and lights from home depot however for about 30 dollars, alot easier in my opinion for better lighting too.