Re: NANFA-L-- New NANFA website now up, check it out!

matt ashton (ashtonmj2003-in-yahoo.com)
Mon, 31 Jan 2005 20:24:22 -0800 (PST)

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I love it just from seeing the front page! The organization is MUCH MUCH nicer...very professional Todd!

Bruce Stallsmith <fundulus-in-hotmail.com> wrote:As President of NANFA, I'd like to invite everyone to visit the new,
improved, all-around-pumped-up NANFA website-in-www.nanfa.org. Todd Crail
has been working on the new design and look for months and the hard work
shows. One feature that could be of use to everyone is Chris Scharpf's
Checklist of North American Freshwater Fishes, an excellent reference for
known species (and correct spellings of both common names and the binomials,
too).

This is our first contribution in what we hope will be improved information
services about North America's fish fauna on-line. A key part of protecting
and understanding biodiversity is the simple knowledge of what species are
present. Stay tuned for more. And, we urge you to join NANFA to support this
further work on behalf of hobbyists, professionals and the fishes
themselves.

--Bruce Stallsmith
along the Tennessee
Huntsville, AL, US of A

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<DIV>I love it just from seeing the front page! The organization is MUCH MUCH nicer...very professional Todd!<BR><BR><B><I>Bruce Stallsmith &lt;fundulus-in-hotmail.com&gt;</I></B> wrote:
<BLOCKQUOTE class=replbq style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid">As President of NANFA, I'd like to invite everyone to visit the new, <BR>improved, all-around-pumped-up NANFA website-in-www.nanfa.org. Todd Crail <BR>has been working on the new design and look for months and the hard work <BR>shows. One feature that could be of use to everyone is Chris Scharpf's <BR>Checklist of North American Freshwater Fishes, an excellent reference for <BR>known species (and correct spellings of both common names and the binomials, <BR>too).<BR><BR>This is our first contribution in what we hope will be improved information <BR>services about North America's fish fauna on-line. A key part of protecting <BR>and understanding biodiversity is the simple knowledge of what species are <BR>present. Stay tuned for more. And, we urge you to join NANFA to support this <BR>further work on behalf of hobbyists, professionals and the fishes <BR>themselves.<BR><BR>--Bruce
Stallsmith<BR>along the Tennessee<BR>Huntsville, AL, US of A<BR><BR><BR>/-----------------------------------------------------------------------<BR>/ This is the discussion list of the North American Native Fishes<BR>/ Association (NANFA). Comments made on this list do not necessarily<BR>/ reflect the beliefs or goals of NANFA. For more information about NANFA,<BR>/ visit http://www.nanfa.org Please make sure all posts to nanfa-l are<BR>/ consistent with the guidelines as per<BR>/ http://www.nanfa.org/archive/nanfa/guidelines.html To subscribe,<BR>/ unsubscribe, or get help, visit the NANFA email list home page and<BR>/ archive-in-http://www.nanfa.org/archive/nanfa/<BR><BR></BLOCKQUOTE></DIV><p>
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/ visit http://www.nanfa.org Please make sure all posts to nanfa-l are
/ consistent with the guidelines as per
/ http://www.nanfa.org/archive/nanfa/guidelines.html To subscribe,
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