We will be keeping our eyes open for the Monstera deliciosa and thank you for the other suggestions as well. We are always looking for different plants to use other than pothos. The enclosures all tend to look alike if pothos is all you use. We like the enclosures to be as different as the Ts housed in them.As a plant guy, I'd like to make some suggestions for some tremendously underrated/underused vivarium plants. Rhaphidophora tetrasperma has to be at the top of the list. GIS it for images aplenty. It think its "problem" is that it looks too much like the colossal and slow-growing Monstera deliciosa, but R. tetrasperma is a pothos-fast vine that stays pothos-sized. In fact, if you've ever seen a mature pothos, it stays smaller than that. And it makes an all-but-unkillable houseplant. Get some - this plant deserves to be spread around.
Any of the Rhipsalis are highly underrated as vivarium plants (or even aviary plants, as they are non-toxic if ingested), especially R. crispata (the trickier R, crispimarginata, isn't bad either), R. pachyptera and R. elliptica. I can give a personal seal of approval for all three, but they do need good light.
Cryptanthus is a great genus of mostly small to medium terrestrial bromeliads. Great colors, and I'd imagine they're good for stabilizing substrate for burrowers when heavily planted. Michael's Bormeliads is a good source.
Anyway, I got carried away here as I was just trying to push R. tetrasperma as a substitute for the yawn-worthy but ever-popular pothos.
That stump caught my eye walking through the woods and once the top was cut off, it was perfect for a water dish, so thank you.I love the P. cam enclosure curious! Especialy the water dish. I am in dire need of raising my water dishes. My psalmos are always making a mess of them.. Great thread btw. Beautiful enclosures! :}