Your fish might not be dead, but you have no evidence to back up your opinion. They are toxic to many creatures, it's safe to assume fragile aquatic animals would be one. It's just not worth it when there are so many beautiful aquatic plants available. I'm not about taking risks when it comes to my animals.
Read your information your posting please.
Lucky bamboo is known scientifically as Dracaena sanderiana and is not a member of the bamboo family. Other Dracaena species do remove toxins from the air, such as Dracaena marginata, commonly called red-edge dracaena or the Madagascar dragon tree, and two varieties of Dracaena deremensis--"Janet Craig" and "Warneckii." The Dracaena fragrans "Massangeana," or cornstalk dracaena, also makes the list.
Just because lucky bamboo has no impact on air quality does not mean you should throw away existing plants or choose not to purchase t
Last edited by polukoff; 10-25-2012 at 03:28 PM.