My super list of "safe" Redfoot plants!

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FRUITS
Scientific Name------------Common Name
Acacia aroma--------------Aromita/Aromo Negro/Tusca
Anacardium gigantea
Anacardium occidentale----Cashew
Annona spp.
Bagassa guianensis--------Sande/Cow tree
Bromelia spp.
Brosimum potabile
Clavija spp.
Desmoncus polyacanthus
Dracaena spp.------------Corn plant
Duroia eriopila
Ecclinusa bacuri
Feijoa sellowiana----------Pineapple Guava
Ficus carica---------------Fig
Genipa americana----------Huito/Jagua
Guettarda argentea
Lathyrus odoratus---------Sweet pea
Licania kunthiana
Mauritia flexuosa-----------Buriti Plam/Ité Palm
Myriaspora egensis
Opuntia paraguayensis------Prickly-pear cactus
Passiflora coccinea ---------Red Passion flower
Passiflora vespertilio
Posoqueria spp.
Pouteria hirta
Pradosia spp.
Richardella spp.
Spondias lueta
Spondias mombin
Trattinickia ravifolia
FLOWERS
Scientific Name------------Common Name
Abutilon hybridum----------Chinese Lantern
Cochlospermum orinocense
Commelina diffusa----------Common Dayflower
Heliconia
Hemerocallis spp.-----------Day lilies
Hibiscus spp.---------------Hibiscus
Jacaranda copaia
Lonicera spp.---------------Honeysuckle
Lysimachia nummularia------Creeping Jenny/Moneywort
Mauritia flexuosa------------Moriche palm
Pelargenium spp.------------Geranium
Rosa spp.-------------------Roses
Taraxacum officinale---------Dandelion
Tropaeolum majus-----------Nasturtium
Viola tricolor spp.-----------Johnny jump-ups
Viola × wittrockiana---------Pansy
GRASSES/WEEDS
Scientific Name--------------Common Name
Caryophyllaceae-------------Chickweed
Cynodon dactylon-----------Bermuda Grass
Lolium spp.------------------Ryegrass
Phleum pratense-------------Timothy-grass/Cat's-tail
Taraxacum officinale---------Dandelion
LEAVES
Scientific Name--------------Common Name
Aloe spp. --------------------Aloe
Hibiscus spp.-----------------Hibiscus
Morus alba / M. nigra---------Mulberry
Opuntia paraguayensis-------Prickly pear cactus
Quiabentia pflanzii
Vitis vinifera / V. labrusca----Grapes
SAFE PLANTS
Scientific Name-------------Common Name
Aphelandra squarrosa--------Zebra plant
Asphodeline lutea-----------Yellow asphodel
Asplenium nidus-------------Bird's nest fern
Bactris gasipaes-------------Peach palm
Begonia spp.----------------Begonia
Bixa orellana----------------Achiote tree
Brownea grandiceps---------Rose of Venezuela/Scarlet Flame Bean
Carludovica palmata---------Panama-hat plant
Cecropia spp.---------------Cecropia tree
Ceiba pentandra------------Kapok tree
Chamaedorea elegans-------Parlor palm/Neanthe Bella Palm
Crescentia cujete-----------Calabash tree
Croton eluteria--------------Cascarilla
Epipremnum aureum---------Pothos/Silver Vine/Money Plant
Euterpe oleracea------------Assai palm
Ficus spp.------------------Ficus
Hevea brasiliensis-----------Rubber tree
Lytocaryum weddellianum----Miniature coconut palm
Maranta leuconeura---------Prayer Plant
Mauritia flexuosa------------Buriti Plam/Ité Palm
Monstera deliciosa----------Split-leaf philodendron
Musa spp.------------------Banana and Plantain plants
Ochroma pyramidale---------Balsa tree
Peperomia obtusifolia--------Peperomia
Philodendron spp.-----------Philodendron
Phytelephas macrocarpa-----Ivory-nut palm
Ruellia L.--------------------Wild petunia
Samanea saman-------------Rain tree
Sanchezia speciosa----------Sanchezia
Theobroma cacao-----------Cacao tree
Trachycarpus fortunei-------Windmill palm
Yucca ssp.-----------------Yucca
 

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Here ya go :D

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Quite a few of these plants (the more rare ones) are native to Redfoot habitat, and have been known to be safe for them (they don't always eat them)... the rest are just plants (and plant parts) that have been observed by owners, breeders, and me, to be safe for them. Hope this expands your botanical collections :) good luck!
 

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I have way to much time on my hands at work. :p

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Certainly. I hope to have a whole rainforest of these plants someday ;) Although I am not sure if your average garden shop carries some of the South American tropicals?

egyptiandan said:
I have way to much time on my hands at work. :p

Danny

And thank you egyptiandan for unscrambling!
 

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Awh now it makes sense. Danny what work do you do?? Besides torts and the forums????
 

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If anyone can find or knows the common name of any of the plants (that I didn't have one for) please let me know :)
 

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Could an admin maybe make this a connected topic with the Food and Diet topic... I think a lot of this may be mutually edible with other torts.... and maybe someone there can help fill in the common names?
 

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i was wondering if anyone else has put this in their enclosures...bought a nice sized one today...wondering how it fairs.

Chamaedorea elegans-------Parlor palm/Neanthe Bella Palm
 
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