Snake plant?

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Snake plant?

Post by LoveTheEarth11 » Sun Apr 12, 2020 3:01 am

Hello!

I have a 45 gal bioactive and LOTS of spare snake plants. I was wondering if they would be good in the crabitat?
I HAVE looked at the safe plant list, even googled it for other people's opinions, and can't find anything. Any help?

Also if anybody knows of some other safe plants? so far I've got: Spider plant, wandering jew, pansy, prayer plant, maidenhair fern, and marimo balls.

Thanks. :crabbigsmile:
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Re: Snake plant?

Post by aussieJJDude » Mon Apr 20, 2020 8:42 am

I would say a tentative yes. I've come into contact with a member that has a snakeplant with their crabs for a good couple of months... (sorry cant remember the exact timeframe :/ ) without issues.

Try to keep it pesticide free, and potted so once the crabs do trash it, can be removed with ease.

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