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Re: North American Native Killies
Hi Terry, there are both national and local groups dealing with native
fishes, incl. killies. Check out the North American Native Fishes
Association (NANFA) with a web site at http://www.nanfa.org We put out a
high quality quarterly magazine, American Currents. Annual membership is
only $20/year. And there's a core group of us in the Tennessee Valley area,
from north Georgia to Tennessee and central AL, who have been going out on
local collecting trips. We have one scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23, at 10
a.m. to visit the Flint River system in Madison County, AL, just east of
Huntsville. I still have to post the exact rendezvous point info, but it
will be just south of the town of New Market, AL, on the Mountain Fork of
the Flint. And as yet another shameless self-plug, I manage a web site
hosted by the AKA server dedicated to fishes of the genus Fundulus. This was
just updated, and you can find it at
http://www.aka.org/aka/gallery/fundulus/index.htm. If you're up for the
Sept. 23 trip, involving seining and snorkeling, drop me a line.
fundulus at hotmail_com
>Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2000 22:13:27 -0500
>From: "Terry Griffin" <tgriff2 at home_com>
>Subject: North American Native Killies
>This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
>Could someone direct me to information, websites, publications, ???, =
>about North American Native Killies. I'm new to the Killie addiction, =
>(recently got some A. lineatus), but have been keeping fish for about =
>30+ years. Thanks!
>Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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