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Re: Killies in the Connecticut area
As a native Connecticut Yankee, I can speak somewhat to the killie
situation: you really have to search them out (i.e., find out what
specific breeders have and contact them). It is (or was several years
ago) a fairly slow killie scene. Nothing much between Hartford and
Waterbury- there are a few people but I don't know what they have / if
they are still active. I do recall hearing about some pretty active
killie people "downstate," i.e. Stamford / Norwalk area. You'll have to
ask someone else on the list, or check the AKA roster, for more specifics.
The killie situation is probably not as bad as I painted it- I may
not have been looking hard enough, since it always seemed pretty easy to
get what I needed via the F&E of the BNL.
On Tue, 9 Mar 1999, Ken Ealey wrote:
> I have an opportunity. The sister of a friend will be in the Connecticut
> area in a couple of weeks. More specifically the area between Waterberry
> and Newhaven. She is willing to carry fish back on the plane for her
> brother and a select few.
> I would be most interested in obtaining any but unfortunately not all
> interesting killies for poeple in this area. Other fishes are also desired,
> specifically any Tanganyikan cichlids.
> If you are interested in trading or selling please sent me a personal email.
> Ken Ealey
> ph. 403-461-9872
> fax 403-469-5738
> Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
> e-mail kealey at connect_ab.ca
> I never met a fish I didn't like.