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If we know you have 200 Australe, then that means if you sell them tomorrow,
there are still 200 Australe, they are just in other hands. That is the
point of a census, no? IF you were in the US and you had two children (this
is a morbid illustration I know but hang in there) at the time of the 2000
census, then the two children died in a car accident, was the information
you put in the census irrelevant? Just curious.
2) It is impractical to list all the species you maintain along with
how many fish you have. For most of us our stock is dynamic and
while we may have 100+ australe today we may of sold them
tomorrow. I feel we should only list the species we maintain, as
after all we are going to bend over backwards to maintain them are
we not? What does it help knowing how many korthausae I have or
any one else has. All we need to know is how many people have it.
Allen "Boat" Boatman
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