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In 1964 a coworker brought in to work his older edition of Exotic Aquarium Fishes to show me what a killiefish was. When I saw the photo of A. cognatum my interest immediately switched from guppies to killies and I've been interested ever since. (I do keep cognatum). In 1965 I purchased the 19th edition and still refer to it often, not only for reference, but also inspiration. If someone were to "yell FIRE" in my house the first book I would grab might be the Bible, I suppose, but the next would definitely be EAF by W.T.Innes.
Thanks to all you "consultants" on killietalk. You provide good info and continue to stimulate my interest. I won't mention names for fear of missing someone.
Happy Holidays to you all.
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