ficus pumila ("creeping fig") - great for backgrounds
some neoregelia broms - go for greener ones, b/c many of the more colorful ones will turn green in lower light settings anyways.. but t8's will keep them alive and healthy.
lemon button fern
many varieties of pilea/peperomia (check the sponsors' links, many of them carry these)
wandering jew & pothos (both of these tend to outgrow everything, I usually just use them in froglet tanks/QT)
Here's a decent list to start with
- (searched google for "low light vivarium plants"
) but there are tons more plants you can use.
Also, found this
in the "Plants" section of this forum
Just write down the ones you like, go to your garden store's greenhouse and see which ones they have.... and then check the tags on each plant for light requirements. As long as you stay away from "full sun, bright light, etc (some of these will even do okay, just as a general rule they require the brightest light obviously
)" and use those links as a guide, you'll be in good shape.