After finding out about UVB light and chameleons, I am now wondering about Elizabeth Arledge Lizard's UVB requirements. Elizabeth Arledge Lizard or Lizzy for short arrived one day when it was 14 degrees out and I had to replace a threshold she was under. She had been running into the shop all summer but now was so cold that she could hardly move. I put her in a box and in an amazing coincidence brought her home to live in the lizard lounge that we had prepared the week before for my son's lizard, an Anole, that we were going to go purchase that evening at the pet store. She turned out to be an Anole. I sort of feel like she was destined to join our family as I feel we saved her life by taking her home, warming her up, and feeding her crickets. She was just a juvenile. I had watched her grow from tiny to a couple of inches over the summer. After saving her life, I would certainly hate to have her die because she was missing some strange UVB wave length that I could have provided for her. Anybody know the requirements of an Anole (Genus Carolinius)?