So I got a Hog Island boa two weeks ago and he's been doing fine (ate and pooped once so far, due to eat again tomorrow). But as I read more and more care sheets for these guys I see more and more conflicting info on what temperatures they should be maintained at. The first couple care sheets I read said a basking spot of 90-95F and a cool side ambient temp of about 75... then I saw one on a popular boa forum that said the coolest ambient temp in the cage should be no lower than 82F?! Then I've seen some that say that basking temps should be no higher than 85-89F and the cool end should be in the low 70s... I have never researched a herp and got more conflicting information. I'm trying to look at as many sources as possible and aggregate the info but it's all different! I'm currently keeping him in a 29 gallon tank with a screen lid wrapped in tinfoil, bedding is cypress mulch. I'm using an acurite thermo/hygro with a probe to measure temperature and humidity. At first I was just using a heat pad on one end and I was getting a basking temp of about 90, but the ambient temp on the cool end wouldn't get any higher than 73 and it just seemed too cold to me. I cut out a hole in the foil and put a heat lamp with a black bulb on the cage, and that's bumped the basking temp up to about 93 and the cool end temp up to 80. Everything's on dimmers/rheostats so I can adjust it if need be, but I don't really know what my goal temps should be? What is ideal for these boas? Luckily I'm not having any issues with humidity and it's sitting steady at about 65%.