Our products

The goal of our website is to provide (not only chameleon breeders) complete and mainly functional equipment, from terrariums, flexariums (screen cages) and lights to common tools such as suitable tweezers, disinfectants, vitamins and the like. We have been involved in chameleon breeding and terraristics since 2000, and all the equipment we offer is tested in our farms. We work closely with suppliers and try to choose solutions that are the best for breeding.

Our goal is to offer only solutions (products) that are fitting and functional.

Prerequisite for successful breeding is a room with suitable ventilation, easy maintenance, and, above all, safe environment for the bred individuals. This is precisely why we decided on the terrariums and flexariums made of aluminum profiles, mesh, PVC materials and plexiglass. These materials ensure low weight - around 8 kg depending on the size and type (flexariums around 5 kg), high stability and resistence. they are resistant to various weather conditions and thus can be placed outdoors. Furthermore they are easy to clean - terrariums can be disinfected with standard desinfectants (including hot water). Thanks to the unique system of grooves, they are easy to assemble and disassemble at any time without the need for any specific tools. 

My story

I have been actively breeding chameleons since 2000, when I started breeding Chamaeleo africanus, which was still available at the time, and Chamaeleo Calyptratus, which is quite common nowadays. Thanks to these beautiful animals, I absolutely succumbed to chameleons, and from then on, my initial flare have turned into a great passion. During those past years, I had bred representatives of mountain species such as T. jacksonii merumontanus and rudis, rhampheleon brevicaudatus, and a few representatives of Bradypodion. After some time I obtained 2 species of chameleons from Madagascar, Furcifer pardalis - Nosy Be and Furcifer verrucosus. I successfully bred both of these species and was among the first in Europe to do so with F. verrucosus. Since then I have gradually focused on chameleons originating from this island - F. lateralis, F. viridis, F. minor, F. antimena and F. pardalis - Nosy Faly, Nosy Be, Nosy Mitsio, Ankify, Ankaramy, Boraha, Masoala, Cap Est, Tamatave, Antalaha, Ankaramy, Sambava, Ambato, Ambanja, Ambilobe.

As I gradually gained more and more knowledge about the needs of chameleons, I also started modifying the breeding quarters and equipment. Like most breeders, I started with glass terrariums that I made myself and modified them according to my needs. Probably the only advantage of these terrariums was their "transparency". Regarding the breeding principles, these attempts had been completely wrong. As soon as one of my animals died, or I needed to completely clean the terrarium, the complications appeared. Relatively huge weight of these large terrariums limited me in the possibility of taking them to the cleaning station or to the garden, where I could thoroughly wash and disinfect them. Very often I would hit a wall and break the terrarium while carrying it. Next I tried building my terrariums of OSB boards, which were relatively cheap, looked very good and "professional", but again there occured difficulties when disinfecting and cleaning. Even though I painted the terrariums, they began to leak which meant always removing all the animals. Finally I decided for "shelf" breeding, which means that each quarter is easily separable from the others. I also quit using glass or wood as building materials.After a long search, I discovered aluminium profiles, which seemed ideal for the purpose. Everything seemed perfect, but in the end it wasn't such a great choice. The profiles were large and therefore heavy.In order to keep them in couplings the screws had to be used, and the time I spentcutting and assembling was unacceptable. After long time searching, I managed to find a manufacturer who would use different profiles for the production of similar equipment and who was willing to experiment. Having combined our experiences (his from the manufacturing and mine from breeding) we managed to create several types of terrariums, which are very unique and used not only for breeding chameleons. Terrariums and flexariums are very light. A 50x50x100 cm terrarium weighs around 8 kg and a flexarium of the same size only 6 kg! Due to the fact that they are made of durable aluminium and PVC, they are resistant to water (even hot), feed material (insects) and disinfectants. Furthermore they are easy to clean, manipulate and have above-standard ventilation. Not to mention the aesthetic aspect.

Leoš Lederer