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    Bumping cause I don't want this to get buried. This is a plant not in the good or bad list and it probably needs to be.

    I also found general information on another website. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/55551/

    It says handling may cause allergic reaction or irritation. I have not experienced any irritation or reaction to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megaggie2002 View Post
    Bumping cause I don't want this to get buried. This is a plant not in the good or bad list and it probably needs to be.

    I also found general information on another website. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/55551/

    It says handling may cause allergic reaction or irritation. I have not experienced any irritation or reaction to it.
    you do realize that gets to like 6 feet tall, right? it would be quite the terrarium Décor. i actually like it alot!
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    0.0.1 R. Auriculatus 12X12X18
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    Just have to keep it clipped back. Most house plants that can be used in a terrarium need to be groomed.
    2.4.0 Crested geckos, 0.2.0 Gargoyle geckos, 0.1.0 Okeetee cornsnake - Correen,
    0.1.0 Amel cornsnake - Fiona, 1.0.0 Snow cornsnake - Kai, 1.1.0 Kenyan sand boa, 1.0.1 Leopard gecko,
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    Add elfin thyme and all ajuga valfredda to the toxic list!
    0.1.0 R. Ciliatus Aussie 12X18X20
    0.0.1 R. Auriculatus 12X12X18
    1.0.0 Blue Tonge Skink Lennie the Lounge Lizard
    0.0.2 Dwarf Puffer
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    Can phalaenopsis orchids be used as a terrarium plant with crested geckos if it is rinsed and repotted? Has anyone tried this?

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    sorry to say but the cresteds would pummel almost any orchids I can think of. Only viv I can think of that they would be okay in would be some kinds of frogs (darts) or other small sp.
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    Hmm yeah I was thinking that the flowers might be too delicate for them to be placed in their viv, thank you!

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    Does anyone know whether a Sago palm is toxic?

    **Never mind, this plant is extremely toxic to humans and animals. It causes liver damage among other things and should be avoided.**
    Last edited by gecko_foot; 05-21-2011 at 03:37 PM. Reason: Plant is toxic!
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    This is a great list, thank you for posting it! I'm thinking of setting a 55 gal natural tank and this is most helpful!
    2.0.0 Australian Shepherd (Sebastian Anubis Moose and Thor Hammertail Blake)
    1.0.0 Cream Tabby Cat (Nicholas Ozeranski)
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