Thank you, Rizman! It grows fast as stays nice and green! I will maybe start a couple of extra clippings, as I really like the scale of the leaves for a vivarium.
I was propagating it for a while, but it is just too much of a headache because of how fast I can grow it. I literally left one of my larger portions sitting in a dry propagation tray for 2 weeks, and in that time it rooted to everything it was touching and continued growing. Whatever you give it to climb, it roots fast and will start to grow. Definitely a great terrarium plant though, leaves stay small, spreads pretty evenly and is sturdy enough that even large frogs (adult Matecho and Azureus) dont really seem to do any damage when they tromp through it like some of the other more fragile Pilea and Peperomia species.
**DragonSpirit - sp. is commonly used to denote a species. Many of the plants in the hobby do not have accurate ID's, or may just not yet have a full latin name, so sp. is added after them to indicate that it is a species within that group. IE, Pilea sp., means that we know it is a Pilea, just either we dont know the full name, or it has not yet been given a full name.