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    I did it!!! Thank you thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip Jay Fry View Post
    I did it!!! Thank you thank you!
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    That yellow spotted plant is so pretty! Never seen that used before! I'll be watching this as it looks like it'll turn out great.
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    It is a Codiaeum Variegatum. My first time dealing with one. I'll let you know how it grows

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    Your crestie is going to be thrilled in there. I love naturalistic setups, the geckos get a chance to live normal lives, not crunched up in some tiny tank or tub.

    I have a thread, in the crested gecko forum, with some pictures and info about plants I use. The jewel orchid in there doesn't need much light, which works with some of the plants you mentioned, and they're hardy, not finicky like the orchids we usually think of.

    Here's the link, if you want to check it out:
    Crested hatchling tank - naturalistic setup
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    I think that you will find that your choices will soon out grow the tank. They will be fine in the short term, but do some research on slow growing plants. Orchids are more expensive, but many will stay smaller and they are tough enough to withstand cresties. I am having the best luck with Bulbophyllum species. Marcgravia is a vine that is slow growing and will work well. African violets are doing well in my enclosures. Gesnariads are another good choice.
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    Can someone please tell me if these are dangerous plants to a Crested Gecko?? These are the only 3 in question, my others are confirmed to be okay. Also I'll be posting a Build update shortly, and I think you will all be very supprised to see the results, as I was.

    Croton Variegatum
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    Dieffenbachia

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    Red face Sorta done

    Sorry I know it's been awhile. But here's my vivarium. It's my first build and I learned a lot from it. I absolutely love it but I know there's a million things I would do differently next time. It's not entirely done, I need living moss, and more small plants to fill in some areas. And later today I'll be making custom vines to go across from side to side on top, making some naturalistic climbing possibilities for the gecko. Please, feel free to give me constructive criticism! :)
    P.S. sorry for the poor lighting situation. I will be getting a nice full spectrum light soon, but for now it's lighted from a near by window.

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    That looks AWESOME! Your gecko will love it!
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    Awsome tank. its beautifull
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