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Re: what's a SJO?
>KI>Being a former left coaster, I'm with Wright. Scientific names have a
>KI>purpose, not the least of which is that they are recognized
>KI>Why do we killie folks have to speak in code?
>Well, I can think of a couple of reasons, neither of them good. First is
>that it saves time--much faster to say (or type) SJO than Fundulopanchax
>I agree with both of you. I try to use the full scientific name (and
>location) when possible, especially on the general list.
>Just my thoughts.
It would at least be good if we had an updated set of generic
abbreviations, to speed up "Fundulopanchax" or "Scriptaphyosemion" I'll
get right on it :-) Then I'll post them and you guys can pick it apart
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