I did and it’s on the safe list but not marked veiled tested. Also the goldfish plant on Bill’s list is not a Nematanthus; it has a different name. When I did a search on this forum, someone else asked the same question I’m asking in 2016 or 2017 but I don’t see any replies to itI’m not sure but you can check the safe plants list at chameleon academy
Thanks for this. Yes, it does mention it as safe but since Ricki often taste-tests his plants, I’m hoping to find someone who can confirm if they are safe if eaten.I find this: https://www.reptileforums.co.uk/threads/list-of-safe-and-dangerous-plants-for-herps.439924/
which mentions Nematanthus.
I do not know where that source got its info.