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Re: killie ratings revisited
As a result of the "newbie help" thread, I was thinking of the same thing.
If you don't want to wait for them to do it on the web, I'd recommend taking
a peek at Vol. 1 and 2 of the Baensch Atlas. Though not terribly detailed,
they do give you difficulty ratings based on things like diet, aggression,
etc. I've found it to be pretty correct when it comes to killies.
>I am trying to figure out some things about some species and I've either
>been unable to find information on their ease and aggressiveness in the
>sources I have on these species. Although I'm sure the info is available
>in some source somewhere, I don't have it. Since many folks don't have
>access to the various sources, I think it would be worthwhile to try to
>develop a list of ratings, even if they're simply compiled from various
>books that provide them. I've not a *clue* how to actually assemble such a
>list, and I've got a backlog of lists to establish...... :-)
>BTW, the two species I'm trying to get info on are:
>E. chevalieri chevalieri
>1821 S. Maxwell St.
>Bloomington, IN 47401
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