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Re: [Killietalk] Peru Killies
See my note to Mr. Pinto re: the Northern Rivs.
I am mainly focusing on exporting Killies this trip, since my clients are focused on Rivs. (mostly) however I keep notes of every stream I encounter and it´s contents. I am looking for new Apistos, Plecos, Corys. and so on while I am on this particular Killi-hunt. We will be collecting at an area that has never been sampled yet :O) Which is always exciting and it is a huge area with many streams and habitats, so there is a very good chance it will take several trips like this to start understanding it´s contents fully. While we have gotten some spectacular weather the last week or so, I am told over- all it´s been rather dry this year, I am hoping that we find consistent success. Today was a washout literally for collecting here, the rain has turned many roads, including the one I was to take to collect Moemas, a muddy mess, so tomorrow we will try again this time by river......
When I return to the states, I will post as to how well we did, so that you have a clear idea of what will be made available in P-town for the convention. When I return here after the convention, I will then start making an effort in supporting Jack more fully.
From: James Mazzola <mayorjames at msn_com>
To: brian_perkins at rocketmail.com
Sent: Sunday, February 1, 2009 12:32:27 PM
Subject: Peru Killies
Any chance of collecting Rivulus rectocaudatus or Rivulus speciosus on your trip? Will you have a list of all the killies for the N & R ?
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