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Re: history of killies



I looked there but I couldn't find much.

Eric

Wright Huntley wrote:
> 
> "Kill..." comes from a Dutch word for creek or stream. It appears in
> many place names from New England to Ireland.
> 
> Most of what you want can be found at the aka site at www.aka.org. Check
> it out {and get back to us when you find I was way off base on this
> guess). :-)
> 
> [Be sure to check the links and some of the affiliate pages, too.]
> 
> You won't find too much technical there, but discovery was a really
> technical decision about what constituted *Cyprinodontidae*. Killifish
> probably were "defined" more than discovered.
> 
> Wright
> 
> susanne cole wrote:
> 
> > I have been raising Killies for about 2 years now and i was wondering
> > if anyone could give me some information on killies, like who discovered
> > them and why their called killifish. Nothing very technical please.
> >
> >       Eric
> >       Former KillieKid,AKA,GCKA,CAFE
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