Natural Light

Full Spectrum Daylight Bulb

Reptile Bulb Rating System Reptile Bulb Rating System

Linear Lighting
Even distribution of light for optimal plant growth

Reptile Bulb Rating System

The longer sizes can be placed on
multiple terrariums

  • Ideal daylight spectrum for all reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and plants
  • Stimulates appetite, activity and reproductive behavior through UVA radiation
  • Improves the animal’s perception of its environment
  • Stimulates plant growth

The Exo Terra Natural Light is a full spectrum daylight bulb, recommended as general light source for all terrarium types. As a result of the vivid wavelengths of light provided by the Natural Light, reptiles will experience and perceive colours from their environment more naturally. The Exo Terra Natural Light will help to improve the living conditions and physiological wellbeing of your reptiles. The specific wavelengths make this bulb suitable for planted terrariums and for animals with lower UV requirements, such as snakes, amphibians (frogs, toads and salamanders) and nocturnal animals. Combine this full spectrum daylight bulb with Exo Terra’s Reptile UVB100, Reptile UVB150 or Reptile UVB200 (depending on the reptile’s UV requirements) to intensify natural sunlight conditions.


Natural Light Linear PT2374 14W - 38cm / 15"


Natural Light Linear PT2375 15W - 45cm / 18"


Natural Light Linear PT2376 18W - 60cm / 24"


Natural Light Linear PT2377 25W - 75cm / 30"


Natural Light Linear PT2378 30W - 90cm / 36"


Natural Light Linear PT2400 38W - 105cm / 42"


Natural Light Linear PT2379 36W - 120cm / 48"

Natural Light
PT2374 Natural Light 14W - 38cm / 15"
PT2375 Natural Light 15W - 45cm / 18"
PT2376 Natural Light 18W - 60cm / 24"
PT2377 Natural Light 25W - 75cm / 30"
PT2378 Natural Light 30W - 90cm / 36"
PT2400 Natural Light 38W - 105cm / 42"
PT2379 Natural Light 36W - 120cm / 48"

Infosheet (PDF): NA/EU

Explanation (PDF): NA/EU

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition