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Pothos

Description: Pothos plant, great for cages, easy to care for.

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User: Odyssey (see all of Odyssey's photos)
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Date: 11/29/03
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This is really a easy plant to care for. Its safe for use with any reptile? not poisonous?
11-29-2003 05:04PM View 's Profile View 's Gallery  

Odyssey

Registered: 08/2003
Location: western New York state
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Itís slightly poisonous to mammals (don't let your cat chew on it), but fine for reptiles. The emerald-boa breeder, Stan Chiras, uses them all the time. My own emerald loves hers.
11-29-2003 06:34PM View Odyssey's Profile View Odyssey's Gallery  

Odyssey

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But what happen if crickets eat them in a gecko terrarium?
12-03-2003 10:35AM View Odyssey's Profile View Odyssey's Gallery  

Odyssey

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Try asking your question over in the ďGeckosĒ forum at:

http://forums.kingsnake.com/forum.php?catid=48

and see what other lizard people think. I donít believe the crickets would be alive in the cage long enough to absorb enough toxins to harm anything that eats them, but, if that is a concern, there are other plants that one could use; itís just that few plants are as care-free as pothos are.
12-03-2003 06:47PM View Odyssey's Profile View Odyssey's Gallery