Herp Care Products: Translations and Equivalencies
Compiled by Melissa Kaplan, 2000
When I write my articles, I write them from the my personal geographic reference point: I live in the United States. Thus, the product names I give are those found here in the U.S. As access to the Internet increases every year, with people outside the U.S. accessing the Internet, I have felt the need to provide additional information that will enable people living elsewhere find the things I talk about, or equivalent products.
I can not do this on my own since I can't travel everywhere (unless someone would like to fund my travels?) so I rely on the help of herpers in other countries who have done some research and rooting around their equivalents of our pharmacies, drug stores and supermarkets to find similar products - and let me know what they are. I have done this previously, in my Vegetable and Fruit Names page, created (and still in development as people provide new information for it) for those trying to find the many vegetables, greens and fruits recommended in my herbivorous and omnivorous lizard and chelonian articles.
If you have information you would like to contribute to this page, please send it to me and I will get it added within a day or two. Please be sure your correct email address is somewhere in your correspondence so that I can ask you any questions if I need to.
Language Codes: DK=Danish NL=Dutch CA=Canada/English FR=French/Canadian French
Language Codes: DE = German DK=Danish NL=Dutch CA=Canada/English FR=French/Canadian French
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