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Our Killies (fwd)

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1998 15:59:21 -0700 (PDT)
From: Clifford Sulham <sulham at uky_campuscw.net>
To: NFC at actwin_com
Subject: Our Killies


I live in Kentucky, home to F. chrysotus and F. notti in times past.  I have
been trying for months to find breeding stock of these fish.  Can't do it.
I have A. australe, and F. gardneri; and I've found a source for Rivulus
marmoratus, but I can't find a source for any of the natives.  Killi.net
deals with mostly exotics and data, and NANFA mostly deals with broken tanks
and how to raise shrimp, daphnia, and other stuff (like how to play guitar
with softened hands from water-soaking).

So, you tell me where the F. notti and F. chrysotus are, and I am past ready
to raise some.

thanks for being interested in the same fish I am!

Kip Sulham