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new reptile terrarium plant designs | 06 2017

June 2017: Here are the most recent, hand designed, reptile terrarium plants and succulents.

Order of appearance:
Rubber Leaf | Spiked Moss Bushes | Christmas Cactus | Venus Flytrap.

YouTube update.

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Veiled Chameleon | michael molthagen

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Veiled Chameleon

Veiled Chameleon Youngsters

Veiled Chameleon

michael molthagen | photography.

The veiled chameleon is a species of chameleon native to the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Other common names include cone-head chameleon and Yemen chameleon. Wikipedia.

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mimosa bush | plastic aquarium plant

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plastic aquarium plant: mimosa bush

plastic aquarium plant mimosa bush from ron beck designs. pap200

plastic aquarium plant mimosa bush from ron beck designs. 2 pap200

artificial aquarium decor plant: mimosa bush,

from ron beck designs | approximately 11″ high. Weighted (w/natural river rock) plastic base; included.
Product #: pap200
Price: $8.99
Condition: new

“Animals & Pet Supplies > Pet Supplies > Fish Supplies > Aquarium Decor > Artificial Aquarium Plants”

buy now-credit cards-ronbeckdesigns.comIntended For: fresh water aquarium, reptile terrarium habitat or a turtle terrarium.
Caution: Never use soap’s or detergent’s to clean you artificial plants. What they leave behind, can be toxic to your pets.
Instructions: Fill a bowl or bucket (depending on its size) with luke warm water. Grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Slowly dip the plant design in the water a few times then sit it upright to dry. Place in the habitat enclosure and cover the plant base with your substrate.
Aquarium Decor Tip: Make the view angle pleasant and natural by putting taller plants towards the back and shorter plants up front.

Additional uses: Dioramas, school science projects, home decor and also as a unique gift.


* This design is featured here for purchase and is simultaneously available at all the shops as well. In the rare chance that it is “sold” at the same time from two different shops, ownership goes to the first to pay (based on date / time of payment); the other customer will receive a full refund (PayPal) within 3 business days.


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green echeveria succulent | reptile plant

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reptile plant: green echeveria succulent.

reptile terrarium plant bright green echeveria stem succulent from ron beck designs. prp197

reptile terrarium plant: bright green echeveria succulent with trailing stem. Reptile decor, approx. 4″ high and 12″ in length. Weighted (w/natural river rock) plastic base; included.
Product #: prp197
Price: $10.99
Condition: new

The Green Echeveria succulents leaves cannot be submerged in water and or have water sprayed onto it. Use a dry cloth or a artist paint brush only, to wipe down the leaves.

“Animals & Pet Supplies > Pet Supplies > Reptile & Amphibian Supplies > Reptile & Amphibian Habitat Accessories”

buy now credit cards | ron beck designsIntended For: reptile or snake habitat environment, terrarium or home decor, no submerging in water.

For home decor: “plant it” in your favorite container for a “no care” succulent houseplant!

Caution: Never use soap’s or detergent’s to clean you artificial plants. What they leave behind, can be toxic to your pets.
Instructions: Please visit the Care and maintenance page for specific instructions. Place in the habitat enclosure and cover the plant base with your substrate.
Design Tip: Make the view angle pleasant and natural by putting taller plants towards the back and shorter plants up front.


* This design is featured here for purchase and is simultaneously available at all the shops as well. In the rare chance that it is “sold” at the same time from two different shops, ownership goes to the first to pay (based on the date / time of payment); the other customer will receive a full refund (PayPal) within 3 business days.


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Gyotaku art | Heather Fortner

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Heather Fortner | Gyotaku

Gyotaku art | Heather Fortner

Gyotaku art | Heather Fortner

Gyotaku is the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, a practice which dates back to the mid-1800s. This form of nature printing may have been used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own.

See more of her beautiful art here.


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green river grass | plastic aquarium plant

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plastic aquarium plant: green river grass

plastic aquarium plants green river grass from ron beck designs. pap196

plastic aquarium decor plant: green river grass, set of 2, from ron beck designs | approximately 4″ high. Weighted (w/natural river rock) plastic base; included.
Product #: pap196
Price: $12.99
Condition: new

“Animals & Pet Supplies > Pet Supplies > Fish Supplies > Aquarium Decor > Artificial Aquarium Plants”

Intended For: fresh water aquarium, reptile habitat or a turtle terrarium.
Caution: Never use soap’s or detergent’s to clean you artificial plants. What they leave behind, can be toxic to your pets.
Instructions: Fill a bowl or bucket (depending on its size) with luke warm water. Grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Slowly dip the plant design in the water a few times then sit it upright to dry. Place in the habitat enclosure and cover the plant base with your substrate.
Aquarium Decor Tip: Make the view angle pleasant and natural by putting taller plants towards the back and shorter plants up front.

Additional uses: Dioramas, school science projects, home decor and also as a unique gift.


* This design is featured here for purchase and is simultaneously available at all the shops as well. In the rare chance that it is “sold” at the same time from two different shops, ownership goes to the first to pay (based on date / time of payment); the other customer will receive a full refund (PayPal) within 3 business days.


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cichlid | chris walker

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cichlid

cichlid | chris walker

cichlid | chris walker

This cichlid, also known as the gold saum, is a colorful freshwater fish in the cichlid family. The fish originates from the Pacific side of South America from the Tumbes River in Peru to the Esmeraldas River in Ecuador. Wikipedia.
Source: cichlids.com

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goula figuera | viride plant light

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transforming interiors with light and decorative plants

goula figuera | viride plant light

goula figuera viride plant light

Created by Barcelona-based design studio goula figuera, ‘viride’ — from latin green — is a collection of experimental luminaries that combine two elements present in the domestic landscape: artificial lighting and vegetation. source: design boom.


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