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Re: roloffia occidentalis?
Gothcha Robert, I'll take it all into consideration. I lost my job two
months ago and am going back to school and getting my degree in Digital
Imaging, it will take nearly two years and if I can find a couple of pairs I
should have a nice graduation present! That being many pairs to distribute.
----- Original Message -----
From: <RuevenM at aol_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 8:09 PM
Subject: roloffia occidentalis?
> Hi Patrick,
> Glad to help. Most books offer bad information on this fish, but
> are fine articles in various magazines dating back into the 1950's.
> the AKA's project to put all its old JAKA's on CD will soon be finished as
> you would find lots of good material there. The World of Killies book the
> sells -- volume 3, I think -- carries some good information on
> and toddi. The Barron's book KILLIFISH by Stephen Hellner is quite good.
> AKA's Beginner's Guide is good. The old out of print Enjoying Your
> by Bruce Turner and John Parfenyk and put out by The Pet Library is good.
> you read German, Tetra Press has a great 200 page book on killies. I wish
> they would translate it for the USA but they won't. AKA'er Tony Terceira
> raised 100's of these two species in the 70's. AKA charter member Bill
> raised occidentalis for years.
> When you breed them try to collect the spawning peat every week for
> storage so it has as little waste as possible.
> These species are much more common in the German Killifish Asso
> so you might want to check out their website from the AKA's website links
> join up and make a contact overseas. Several members have several
> available at times. The Teme Yellah one is kind of ugly though -- just a
> head's up.
> Robert E.
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