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BION BREEDING CENTER OF BION

BION Breeding Center quality captive-bred reptiles for sale and wholesale

BION Breeding Center: doing our best to ensure healthy reptile’s surplus

Our mission is to develop trend on captive-bred reptiles instead of buying taken from  wild nature.
Here at BION Breeding Center, we apply our knowledge and skills with all our passion for these wonderful animals.

BION team

BION is a friendly and professional team. Today, we have 30 staff members engaged in the care and breeding of reptiles. Part of them has degrees in biology and everyone is highly experienced and full of enthusiasm and great love for animals. 3 people are involved in research and 3 – in marketing and sales, 2 persons working in logistic and 3 in administration.

BION facilities

Currently we utilize 20 laboratories, a greenhouse for large species, quarantine area, and  laboratories for breeding various insects to ensure a healthy diet for our animals. The total area of our facilities exceeds 2000 m2. This enables us to keep simultaneously about 70 reptile species in quantities. Thus, we can comply with the requests for popular and rare reptiles’ species

To produce quality surplus  we tried our best to  create optimal for reptile husbandry and reproduction conditions:

  • facilities and cages suited for individual species needs;
    • poper temperature, lighting, humidity;
    • clean and healthy enclosures;
  • balanced nutrition.

Therefore, taking animals from BION, you can be sure you get healthy reptiles.

You are always welcome to visit our center to make sure all reptiles are kept in adequate conditions and/or to get more knowledge about their husbandry.

BION speciality

As it was indicated before, from 1993 to the present time, we have bred 121 species of amphibians and reptiles.

The following groups of reptiles are being kept & bred at the BION Breeding Center for today:

  • Chameleons
  • Cuban false chameleons
  • Leaf-tailed geckos (keeping one of the largest found stock of 7 Uroplatus spp at the world)
  • Terrestrial geckos
  • Agamas 
  • Agamas (including Spiny-tailed lizards)
  • Iguanas (including Rhino iguanas)
  • Jewelled lizards (Ocellated lizards)
  • Philippine Sailfin dragons
  • Skinks (Tiliqua and Egernia species)
  • Armadillo lizard (few breeding groups)
  • Monitors
  • Tortoises
  • And much more

BRED AT BION SINCE 1993:

Latin Name Common Name
Chamaeleonidae  
Calumma parsonii Parson's chameleon
Chamaeleo calyptratus Veiled chameleon
Furcifer pardalis Panther chameleon
Furcifer lateralis Carpet chameleon
Furcifer balteatus Two-banded chameleon
Trioceros jacksonii xantholophus Jackson’s chameleon
Trioceros jacksonii merumontanus Meru Jackson's chameleon
Trioceros hoehnelii Höhnel's chameleon
Trioceros melleri Meller's chameleon
Trioceros montium Cameroon sailfin chameleon
Trioceros quadricornis Four-horned chameleon
Trioceros deremensis Usambara three-horned chameleon
Bradypodion fischeri Fischer's chameleon
Gekkonidae  
Uroplatus giganteus Giant leaf-tail gecko
Uroplatus henkeli Henkel's flat-tailed gecko
Uroplatus phantasticus Satanic leaf-tailed gecko
Uroplatus lineatus Lined flat-tail gecko 
Uroplatus pietschmanni Cork-bark leaf-tail gecko
Uroplatus ebenaui Spearpoint leaf-tailed gecko
Uroplatus fimbriatus Common flat-tailed gecko
Uroplatus guentheri Günther's flat-tailed gecko
Uroplatus alluaudi Northern leaf-tailed gecko
Uroplatus sikorae Mossy leaf-tailed gecko
Uroplatus sameiti Southern leaf-tailed gecko
Paroedura picta Panther gecko
Hemidactylus imbricatus Carrot-tail viper gecko
Phelsuma madagascariensis Madagascar day gecko
Phelsuma lineata Lined day gecko
Phelsuma laticauda Gold dust day gecko
Phelsuma grandis Madagascar giant day gecko
Phelsuma quadriocellata Peacock day gecko
Gekko gecko Tokay gecko
Eublepharidae  
Eublepharis macularius Common leopard gecko
Eublepharis hardwickii East Indian leopard gecko 
Eublepharis fuscus West Indian leopard gecko 
Eublepharis angramainyu Iranian eyelid gecko
Hemitheconyx taylori Taylor's fat-tailed gecko
Hemitheconyx caudicinctus African fat-tailed gecko
Diplodactylidae  
Oedura monilis Ocellated velvet gecko
Oedura castelnaui Northern velvet gecko
Eurydactylodes agricolae Bauer's chameleon gecko
Mniarogekko chahoua Short-snouted New Caledonian gecko
Correlophus ciliatus Crested gecko
Rhacodactylus auriculatus Gargoyle gecko
Carphodactylidae  
Nephrurus levis Three-lined knob-tailed gecko
Nephrurus amyae Centralian rough knob-tailed gecko
Nephrurus cinctus Northern banded knob-tailed gecko
Underwoodisaurus milii Thick-tailed gecko
Sphaerodactylidae  
Teratoscincus scincus Common wonder gecko 
Teratoscincus keyzerlingii Giant frog-eyed gecko
Agamidae  
Uromastyx ornata ornata Ornate spiny-tailed lizard
Uromastyx ornata philbyi Saudi Arabian spiny-tailed lizard
Uromastyx dispar flavifasciata Red-banded spiny-tailed lizard
Uromastyx thomasi Omani spiny-tailed lizard
Saara hardwickii Hardwicke's spiny-tailed lizard
Xenagama taylori Dwarf shield-tailed agama
Xenagama batilifera Beaver-tailed agama
Pogona barbata Eastern bearded dragon
Pogona vitticeps Central bearded dragon
Pogona henrylawsoni Pygmy bearded dragon
Chlamydosaurus kingii Australian frilled lizard
Hypsilurus magnus Angle-headed forest dragon
Hydrosaurus pustulatus Philippine sailfin lizard
Phrynocephalus guttatus alpherakii Spotted toad-headed agama
Phrynocephalus mystaceus Secret toad-headed agama
Phrynocephalus helioscopus Sunwatcher toadhead agama
Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus Chameleon forest dragon
Agama sinaitica Sinai agama
Physignathus cocincinus Chinese water dragon
Iguanidae  
Ctenosaura pectinata Mexican spiny-tailed iguana
Tropiduridae  
Microlophus albemarlensis Galapagos lava lizard
Phrynosomatidae  
Phrynosoma asio Giant horned lizard
Sceloporus minor Red minor lizard
Petrosaurus thalassinus Baja blue rock lizard
Scincidae  
Tiliqua scincoides intermedia Northern blue-tongued skink
Tiliqua scincoides scincoides Eastern blue-tongued skink
Tiliqua gigas Indonesian blue-tongued skink
Cunningham's skink Cunningham's spiny-tailed skink
Egernia stokesii Gidgee skink
Corytophanidae  
Basiliscus vittatus Brown basilisk
Basiliscus plumifrons Plumed basilisk
Anguidae  
Abronia taeniata Banded arboreal alligator lizard
Lacertidae  
Timon lepidus Jewelled lizard
Varanidae  
Varanus cumingi Yellow-headed water monitor
Varanus acanthurus Australian spiny-tailed monitor
Cordylidae  
Ouroborus cataphractus Armadillo girdled lizard
Dactyloidae  
Chamaeleolis porcus Cuban false chameleon
Anolis baracoae Baracoa anole
Testudinidae  
Testudo horsfieldii Central Asian tortoise
Testudo graeca Greek tortoise
Geochelone pardalis Leopard tortoise
Geochelone elegans Indian star tortoise
Emydidae  
Emys orbicularis European pond turtle
Boidae  
Eryx conicus Common sand boa
Eryx tataricus Tartar sand boa
Eryx miliaris nogaiorum Dwarf sand boa
Boa constrictor Common boa
Tropidophis melanurus Wood snake
Pythonidae  
Morelia spilota cheynei Jungle carpet python
Morelia spilota metcalfei Murray Darling carpet python
Morelia viridis  Green tree python
Colubridae  
Rhabdophis tigrinus Tiger keelback (red & blue morphs)
Elaphe schrenckii Amur ratsnake
Elaphe climacophora Japanese ratsnake
Zamenis situla Leopard snake
Elaphe dione Steppe ratsnake
Coelognathus radiatus Radiated ratsnake
Euprepiophis mandarinus Mandarin ratsnake
Oreocryptophis porphyraceus Thai bamboo ratsnake
Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli Pueblan milk snake
Lampropeltis triangulum sinaloae Sinaloan milk snake
Lampropeltis triangulum hondurensis Honduran milk snake
Lampropeltis calligaster Yellow-bellied kingsnake
Pantherophis guttatus Corn snake
Dendrobatidae  
Dendrobates tinctorius Dyeing poison dart frog
Rhacophoridae  
Theloderma corticale  Vietnamese mossy frog
Theloderma bicolor  Chapa bug-eyed frog
Mantellidae  
Mantella aurantiaca Golden mantella
Salamandridae  
Neurergus kaiseri Kaiser's mountain newt
Salamandra salamandra giglioli Italian fire salamander

We are always happy to answer your questions and provide proper information about any reptile species we keep and  breed .

In fact, we make money through sale of reptiles.

But it is also true  that we invest our profit in RHP www.responsiblezooculture.com.ua