Re: NANFA-- races/variants...NOT!

R. W. Wolff (
Thu, 18 May 2000 14:12:11 -0700

I second that Dave, I can;t wait to see what happens with centcharcids,
elassomas, and fundulus. The AKA published in the current JAKA the new list
of correct names for all the killis, 700+ species, and finally put a rest on
my roloffias ( you probably were aware of this). It is safe to say that
North American fish have been neglected for their exotic counterparts, but
it seems this is finally changing, and I kind of look forward to learning
all the new species , maybe it will make cyprinid identification easier, as
there will be more published reports on IDs and a better breakdown. Very
interesting indeed.

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