ABES Module 2 - Plant status in enclosure

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  1. Horse chestnut
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  2. Red maple
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  3. Senna
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  4. CHinese chestnut
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  5. Ginkgo
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  6. Walnuts
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  7. Chinese flam
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  8. Golden-chain tree
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  9. Osage orange
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  10. Cherry, plum, peach
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  11. Black locust
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  12. Coffee-berry tree
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  13. Japanese pagodatree
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  14. Acacia
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  15. Japanese aucuba
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  16. Boxwood
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  17. Croton
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  18. Daphne
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  19. Euphorbias
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  20. St. Johnswort
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  21. Holly
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  22. Privet
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  23. Photinia
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  24. pittosporum
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  25. Cherries, peaches, plums, nectarines
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  26. Azalea
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  27. California pepper tree
    Poisonous to one or more species of animal.perhaps in a stage of growth.MAY PRESENT RISK TO ANIMALS IN ZOOS
  28. Kentucky coffee tree
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  29. Chinaberry
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  30. Chinese tallow tree
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  31. Yew
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  32. Mountain laurel
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  33. Black leucothoe
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  34. oleander
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  35. andromeda
    SHOULD NEVER BE PLANTED IN ZOOS
  36. NIghtshade, star jasmine and clematis are all?
    poisonous vines
  37. Ivy, morning glory, and moonseed are all?
    Poisonous vines
  38. Should you ever plant any vines?
    No they ae almost all poisonous
  39. American bittersweet, chinaberry, english holly and english ivy all have poisonous?
    Berries
  40. what parts of a daffodil are poisonous>
    All
  41. What part of foxglove is poisonous?
    Leaves
  42. What part of an apricot is poisonous?
    Seed
  43. WHat part of avacado is poisonous?
    Leaves
  44. What part of conefloweris poisonous?
    All
  45. Bleeding heart, boxwood, and buckeye all have poisonous
    Leaves
  46. Are poinsettias poisonous?
    NO but some plants in the genus are
  47. Ashe trees
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  48. Fig trees
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  49. Pecan
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  50. Birches
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  51. Alder
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  52. Tree of heaven
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  53. Hackberry
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  54. Larch
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  55. Honey locust
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  56. MUllberry
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  57. Apple
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  58. Poplars
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  59. Oaks
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  60. Willows
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  61. Lilac
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  62. ELms
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  63. MOuntain ash
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  64. Linden
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  65. Ornamental pear
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  66. MAgnolia
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  67. beeches
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  68. Dove tree
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  69. hornbeams
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  70. service berry
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  71. russian olive
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  72. persimmon
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  73. tulip tree
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  74. crape myrtle
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  75. pines
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  76. Juniper
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  77. hemlocks
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  78. incense cedar
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  79. douglas fur
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  80. giant sequoia
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  81. pineapple
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  82. evergreen elm
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  83. shiny xylosma
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  84. barberry
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  85. strawberry tree
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  86. natal plum
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  87. heath
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  88. aralia
    GOOD TO USE IN ZOOS!!!!! :)
  89. maple
    Browse enrichment!
  90. bamboo
    Browse enrichment!
  91. Birch
    Browse enrichment!
  92. dogwood
    Browse enrichment!
  93. sweet gum
    Browse enrichment!
  94. banana
    Browse enrichment!
  95. linden
    Browse enrichment!
  96. grape
    Browse enrichment!
  97. sawleaf zelkova
    Browse enrichment!
  98. sycamore
    Browse enrichment!
  99. cottonwood
    Browse enrichment!
  100. european alder
    Browse enrichment!
  101. hibiscus
    Browse enrichment!
  102. bramble
    Browse enrichment!
  103. hardy pampas grass
    Browse enrichment!
  104. forsythia
    Browse enrichment!
  105. Name 5 woody plant materials good for old world fruit bat enrichment
    • Cottonwood
    • mullberry
    • silk tree
    • sugar berry
    • willow
  106. Name 5 commercially grown greens good for old world fruit bat enrichment
    • spinach
    • cabbage
    • bok choi
    • celery
    • romaine
    • kale
  107. name 5 aromatic herbs good for old world fruit bat enrichment
    • Basil
    • chives
    • coriander
    • dill
    • fennel
    • oregano
    • peperment
    • thyme
  108. name 5 common flowers offered to old world fruit bats
    • Roses
    • camellias
    • hibiscus
    • daylillies
    • butterfly ginger
  109. An important note for old world fruit bat enrichment
    It is important to make sure that all flowers greens grasses and woody plant material is completely free of pesticides

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