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[Killietalk] Killifinder - a new Killifish resource on the Internet
Many hobbyists still remember Killifinder, a web site acting as a search
entry point for killifish species.
Now Killifinder is much more than a Metasearch Engine for killifish, it is
the first project built upon Keepbase and it presents innovative features:
*1- Species Registration*
Killifinder allows you to register your fish. Not only you can accurately
register your specimens but you can also keep track of all the events
affecting the fish, such as breeding, growing, deaths or fish sent to other
Keepkey is a tool to help keeping well identified populations in captivity,
trying to track them and preserve them as close to nature as possible.
Each time a user sends fish to other hobbyists or to killifish conventions,
he can attach a Keepkey, generated by the system. The receiver then enters
that key and starts keeping those fish.
Internally, a genealogical tree is built, registering all generations and
their keepers. The user can see all the levels above (the parents,
grandparents, great grandparents... of the fish he keeps) and all the levels
bellow (the descendents of fish he once kept).
Sometimes the user might want to keep those data confidential and
information is not shown but most of the times he enjoys being the proud
breeder of a certain strain, well spread among other hobbyists.
*3- Upload of images, videos and texts*
At Killifinder you can add notes to killifish species, according to your own
experience. You can also upload pictures and videos. Data are then stored in
the "Multilibrary", becoming easily accessed.
*4- Your own killifish web page*
Killifinder allows you to present your own web page, with your kept species,
available species and wanted species. These data are always updated,
according to your keeping records.
KilliFinder's web site: http://www.killifinder.org
Killifinder is a resource provided by Keepbase: http://www.keepbase.org
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