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Re: North American killies
Hi Jon (and all),
If you are interested in NA killies, there is a very active mail list at
nfc at actwin_com that deals with them all the time. I think you can find the
signup at the Native Fish Conservancy web site at
Check it out. It's worth a look, and has a lot of what you seek.
"Jon Aquì" wrote:
> Hello all, I happened to receive the National Audubon Society Filed Guide to
> North American Fishes, Whales & Dolphins for Christmas and flipped to their
> killie section. There's quite a lot of killies in the US, it seems. One
> particularly attractive one is the Golden Topminnow. In any case, it's
> obvious that they're not as colorful as their SA and African cousins, but
> are they still collected by aquarists? If not, why not? Is it b/c some are
> endangered, like the Devil's Hole Pupfish, or is it just b/c no one wants
> them? Or are they just too hard to keep? I wouldn't mind having a few
> Pymgy Killifish to go w/ my Heterandria formosa that I'll be getting
> soon...Anyway, I'd really like it if some of you could point me towards some
> folks who know more about our native killie populations and their keeping
> conditions, etc. Thanks in advance for any help.
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntleyone at home dot com
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