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I will leave it to others to comment on books more generally, but the
Aqualog series on killifish have hundreds of excellent photos.
Regarding the F&EL online, you need Adobe's free Acrobat Reader to view
them. I intend to change back to html format next month.
If you are interested in killies, I encourage you to join the AKA, which
you can do online. Then you'll get the F&EL each month, as well as the
journal 6 times a year with lots of good information.
At 09:05 AM 8/5/00 -0400, you wrote:
>I am new to the world of killifish. I am mostly interested in keeping them,
>but not breeding them yet. Does anyone have a suggestion for a book for
>beginners with color photos? The other question is does anyone know how to
>view the egg and fish listing without adobe acrobat? Thanks.
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