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Re: AKA Killifish Conservation Committee was Re:
I currently have three Epiplatys species: sexfasciatus sexfasciatus,
grahami CI 97, and a pair of lamottei Koule GRC 90/178 I got at the auction.
I'd like to be part of the Epiplatys group. How does one join? Also, is
there a secret to the lamottei? I got two infertile eggs a week after I got
them, and not one since. They are at a pretty steady 70 degrees, get live
bbs and frozen adult brine shrimp (as well recently as a bit of freeze-dried
bloodworms, and soon grindal worms). They seem healthy, but don't eat much.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Nunziata" <epiplaty at tampabay_rr.com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Friday, February 02, 2001 11:25 PM
Subject: AKA Killifish Conservation Committee was Re:
> Hi All:
> The Epiplatys Subcommittee of the AKA's Killifish Conservation Committee
> alive and well and looking for volunteers to work with the core species
> breeding and maintenance effort.
> We have a quarterly newsletter and an active breeding and swapping
> The core species are Ep. bifasciatus, Ep. lamottei. Ep.Sp. Elon, Ep.
> "boulengeri"= multifasciatus, Ep. fasciolatus zimiensis, Ep chaperi
> Ep. chevalieri and Ep. huberi.
> If interested, contact me via e-mail offline, or call 727-393-3757
> Charlie Nunziata
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Doug Karpa-Wilson" <dkarpawi at indiana_edu>
> To: <killietalk at aka_org>
> Sent: Friday, February 02, 2001 10:31 AM
> Subject: Re:
> > >The core species project of the AKA seems to have gone by the wayside,
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