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Re: Information on estuarine killies



I have been keeping estuarine killies in aquaria for years; but haven't really gotten into freshwater killies.  I would like to start now, with local species from Florida.  Can anyone tell me about how many species of freshwater killies reside in the freshwater ecosystems of North Florida?  I'de venture as far as central Florida in search of adding some newly collected FW species to my seasoned tanks that already have the rainwater killie in them, but no other species of killie.  I'de appreciate some help in my quest here.  Thanks, fellow killie lovers!X
Carole in Jax
  
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From: Rjga at aol_com
Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 9:21 AM
To: killietalk at aka_org
Subject: Re: Information on estuarine killies
  
There are a few references in my American Aquarium Fishes book (Tex A&M Univ. Press) that were background for these species. - Bob Goldstein
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