Reddit Reddit reviews Fluker's Repta Vines-Pothos for Reptiles and Amphibians

We found 13 Reddit comments about Fluker's Repta Vines-Pothos for Reptiles and Amphibians. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Fluker's Repta Vines-Pothos for Reptiles and Amphibians
Comes with suction cups to affix to the tank and are made of non-toxic polythylene material for easy cleaning and disenfecting.6 feet in lengthLifelike & natural looking.
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13 Reddit comments about Fluker's Repta Vines-Pothos for Reptiles and Amphibians:

u/jjhill001 · 3 pointsr/snakes

Welcome to the reptile community!

Personally for me if you aren't gonna use a heatpad/thermostat combo I would go with say a 60-75 watt ceramic heat emitter/thermostat combo. The ceramic heat emitter will push out heat but no light so you can use it in conjunction with a thermostat and it never has to be turned off.

You're gonna want your temps near your heat source to be around 83-86 F or so (if it's off a 1 or 2 degrees don't worry about it) the rest of the tank can hover in the low to mid 70's.

You are gonna want some more stuff going on in the tank. Probably another hide on the other side of the tank. I prefer to provide as many hides as possible, however in a tank this size you're probably gonna be limited to 2 which will work. However a way to sort of clutter it up and make the snake more comfortable is to get some fake vines that you can either suction cup around the edges or just leave in a loose pile in the terrarium.

Something like this, it's 6 ft long so you can have some hanging, some laying on the ground of the terrarium. It's just extra clutter to make the snake feel more secure.

Unlike some of the other users I think that size of hide is fine. The way it's constructed allows the snake to get tight in it under the lip of the opening, you can stuff it with some sphagnum moss or bedding to make it a little more secure if you want to.

Other than that, with corn snakes just make sure your lid is secure and you make sure your humidity is alright, usually ambient house humidity (40-65%) is fine for these guys but when it get ready to shed (eyes will turn blue) you're gonna want to mist it with water to up the humidity a little bit until the shed is over.

You're gonna have fun with your snake and once again welcome to the community.

u/elenacarvell · 3 pointsr/ballpython

These are really great to drape around branches and whatnot. The leaves are big so they produce a lot of cover. Just be careful because sometimes the wire will poke through the plastic coating if your snake is the trampling type and it’s fking sharp so check for that regularly if you get them! I just trim the wire off and wrap some HVAC tape around the spot.

Fluker's Repta Vines-Pothos for Reptiles and Amphibians

u/Saurena · 3 pointsr/CrestedGecko
u/hghquality · 2 pointsr/snakes

Thank you for responding! I really want to know what I can do to help my snake, as I've been worried something is wrong..... I made a list with the exact things that I have bought!

I have this terrarium

and this heating mat on one half (covers around 40% of the tank)

with this thermometer that controls the heat (max is 93 F) and cool side is 75-80

and i made a humidity box (as shown by Youtube account SnakeEncounters) with this moss that I spray to make humid- I have seen my snake in there twice now, she likes to sleep there for a couple hours and leave.

and I use this hide (one on cool side, one on warm side)

and this bedding

and I use these vines to make the enclosure feel more covered and less "open"

u/jynnsomething · 2 pointsr/CrestedGecko

Looks pretty good, I'd even leave the hides, because despite what someone else said, sometimes cresties will use them, you'll just have to see what yours prefers. The only negative thing is the open space. I would get a set of leaves (something like to fill in the open space. I would also recommend a magnetic ledge for food and water, it keeps the substrate out of it and the geckos can sit higher to eat - but that's not a necessary change, just a recommendation.

u/kinsmate · 1 pointr/snakes

these are great vines to add clutter for not too much money, just be careful with the wire ends (I pushed and secured the wire ends through to the outside of the tub).

u/Gabewilde1202 · 1 pointr/ballpython

It's actually two vines that have been twisted together the first one is this : EONMIR 8-Foot Reptile Vines,...
And then this: Fluker's Repta Vines-Pothos for...

u/cassadyamore · 1 pointr/leopardgeckos

Geckos need time to adjust to new surroundings, and might not eat right away. Just go ahead and leave him alone for a week or two. You can put food in to see if he'll take any while you're not watching but make sure to keep count of what you leave in so you actually know if he's eating.

Unfortunately no pet is as cheap as sellers can sometimes make them out to be. Heat setup is probably the most expensive immediate requirement for leopard geckos generally. You can get away with cheap tubs for housing, but you absolutely need a heat source with thermostat to regulate. Getting a heating pad is a good start but without the thermostat, you risk giving your pet burns or other health issues from overheating.

If you have a few bucks to spare, get one of these fake plants. It's just a long strand of leafy vine with a malleable core so you can shape it to your needs. I shaped it into some arches and have it across half of my tank so that my gecko would feel less exposed while moving from hide to hide. It works as a hide over the hide. Think of it as a bush I guess.

u/tryinmybest95 · 1 pointr/ballpython

I bought mine on amazon for $8 Although hobby lobby, michaels, walmart has cheap ones too. I would just wash them first cause a lot of people touch on those. I bought fake vines and they came with two suction cup hooks (no adhesive) and I put them in the top corners so I could hang them up and let them drape down. It hides the wires and probes on the back of my tank really well and gives it a more natural feel. Also check facebook, offerup, let go, etc. I got two identical, good quality rock hides + water dish + two small bowls for $20. I don't use the bowls but have them stored away just in case.

Edit: I have quite a bit of clutter in my tank with the vines, two hides, a water dish, a fake succulent, and a half log ( I use it as decoration not as a hide) but trust me he can stretch out plenty. He just goes up and over things.

u/sickcham · 1 pointr/Chameleons

Here are the pics

Before the barrage of hate like I got from my vet. Please read the below.

I moved him from the cage due to him falling since he was growing weak.

He like to drink water from the medicine cup. I still do mist but I noticed when he was young the misting systems and the dripper bothered him.

I do have lights but they are over him in the plastic tube as you can see that it is lit. I use the following light for sun and a 40 watt for warmth.

I usually have more branches and leaves but I moved them to a smaller enclosure when he started to appear ready to fall so that if he did it would be a shorter fall and I threw in t shirts at the bottom so that would help too. After awhile he wouldn't even try to climb on branches so I moved him to the tupperware container he is now in and I have a water dish in there for him. I still spray him lightly but I do watch him drink.

The branches and leaves are


I have used the Zoo Med Reptibreeze Open Air Screen Cage since I got him first starting out with small when I received him then moving up to Medium then Large. As get got older I moved him down to the Medium as he wasn't exploring as much.

When moving in the past I have not noticed him to get stressed.

Also let me be more clear. I moved and I noticed that he didn't eat many crickets the first two weeks. Then I got him a new batch and he usually eats a few when they hit the cage. He didn't go after a single one. I know they can be picky eaters so I didn't panic. I order some Green Horn Worms and waited but he did not eat those either. By this time he started to show that he was losing weight rather fast. I called the vet the said they could see me the next week. I went they cave me calcium drops and carnivore care. I tried it for 2 weeks and now not sure what to do. I know Panther Chameleons grow to be 6 to 8 years old in captivity but that's usually just a best guess from my understanding.

u/TheCosmicCoasta · 1 pointr/snakes

Corns are the best beginner snake (in my opinion) and these are just my experiences with my own baby Roseanne.

My corn LOVES to climb. I installed these vines in her enclosure:

It's extremely rare I don't see her resting on one of these vines.

When you pick her up, go from the side. When you reach down from the top to scoop them up, it reminds their reptile brain of how birds or other reptiles attack. So go slowly from the side and gently lift him out of the tank - he'll naturally constrict around your fingers for stability. Snakes NEED to be supported, otherwise they feel unsafe and may musk, or defecate, on you.

Use both hands to support him. I tend to move my hands in a "climbing" pattern so the snake can basically climb continuously. I just move them down and start the process over!

In my experience, snakes that sit still are generally comfortable. So if he just lays on your hand and isn't defecating or anything else, that's fine! He may just be absorbing the new environment. I just moved and the first time I took my corn out was the first time she'd been outside my living room! So it took her a couple minutes to adjust to the smells and sights and sounds!

Corns also move a little faster than some snakes like ball pythons. You have to pay attention to them, but you'll soon be able to watch TV and hold your corn with little to no problem! :)

Edit: a word.