*Aechmea fasciata (Urn plants/Silver Vase Bromeliad) � Large
*Billbergia nutans � (queens Tears) partial shade to bright indirect light
*Cryptanthus zonatus (Earth stars) � warm, humid, bright light
*Guzmania lingulata � warm, humid, bright light
*Nidularium � 12-15 inches, low to Med. Light
*Tillandsia � Air plant, warm & humid
*Vrisea splendens (sword bromeliads) Light shade
*Acalphya (copperleafs, chenille plants)
*Adiantum (maidenhair ferns) � cool and dry in winter
*Aglaonema (Chinese evergreens) � do well in low lights, highly recommended
*Alocasia (elephant ears) � must be kept moist, humid and warm, will either not do well or overgrow everything
*Asplenium (Bird�s nest fern) � moist soil, up to 3 feet high
*Bamboo - (live or dry) please the the Wikipedia article, way to much intresting info to list! Clippings will produice.
*Beaucarnea recurvata - (Ponytail Palms)
*Calathea zebrine - (Zebra plant) � moist moderate temps, moderate light
*Ceropegia woodii - (Rosary Vine,Hearts entangled, or String of hearts) Water thoroughly, and then allow the soil to completely dry out before watering again.
*Chlorophytum (spider plants) � average humidity, moderate light, should be allowed to get almost dry before watering
*Cissus (kangaroo vines, grape ivys) � no moist soil
*Codiaeum variegatum (often confused for Croton, because of this it is often labeled "croton" as a common name)
*Crassula ovata - (Jade Plant, Friendship tree or Money plant)Clippings will produice.
*Cyrtomium - (Holly ferns)
*Dracaena - (Dragon plants)
*Ficus (rubber trees, ornamental figs) should be washed of when dirty, do wellin spotlight, Use caution with any plant of the ficus family that has a "milky sap" when leafs/stems are broken, it is a skin and eye irratant.
*Maranta - (prayer plant) warm temps, high humidity
*Peperomia - (radiator plant) some in this family are an epiphyte or air plant. Clippings will generally produice.
*Radermachera sinica - (China Doll)very difficult to root, Growth slowers used by nurserys will grow fast and less bushy.
*Sanseveria - (Snake Plants)aethiopica,caniculata,kirkii pulchra, parva, pinguicula, sinularis, thyrsiflora & trifasciata
*Scindapsus (Pothos) - looks like philodendron, very hardy. Clippings will produice.
*Schefflera arboricola - (Umbrella Plant)
*Spathiphyllum - (peace lilies) all lilys are toxic to cats *uses caution in tanks.
*Tradescantia zebrina - (wandering Jew/ spiderwart) Can cause skin iritation in humans when handeld frequently. Clippings will produice. Called inch plant because it can grow up to an inch a day!
*Pillow Moss- Moss is notoriously hard to keep alive and spread and requires a lot of light and water (probably too much than a Rhac would receive in the wild).
These plants have been claimed by some to be harmful in tanks with live animals. Some have been use with little to no problems, others are dangerous. Please use with cation or not at all.
*Hedera helix - (Ivy, English Ivy) This plant is nontoxic to birds but is toxic to humans. It is unknown what would happen when and if a feeder insect were to eat it then a reptile were to eat it in exchange. I think it is best to avoid.
*Philodendron- All parts of the plant are poisonous, due to the presence of calcium oxalate crystals. Make sure to double check this vs. Pothos, they look alike and are generally mix together at most plant stores. Some say that this plant is safe but from my reading I do not agree they are for all herps.
*Dieffenbachia - (Dumbcane) All parts of the plant are poisonous, due to the presence of calcium oxalate crystals. . It has been known to cause the death of cats, dogs, and small children. This plant is considered a neurotoxin.
*Codiaeum variegatum and Croton look the same accept Croton (genus) Croton Oil is used as an active ingredient in facial chemical peels. Also in the past Croton oil was used in herbal medicine as a violent purgative. Some have claimed is has killed there pets.
*Dracunculus vulgaris (aka Arum dracunculus) aslo Voodoo Lily. Roots and other parts of the plant are listed as toxic.
Even if a plant is listed as 'toxic if eaten' don't believe for a moment your animal won't lick the plant or eat an insect that's eaten the plant. Be very careful with them.
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