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Re: The perfect d.c. book?



And, the "book"  would be on-line?

IDMiamiBob@aol.com wrote:

> What would I have in the PERFECT DC book?  Let's see-
>
> 1) Effective ID system, for apistos probably based on the black marking
> patterns, as that seems the most consistent within each species.  Of course,
> it would first have to guide you by body/fin shape/profile to the right
> group/complex.
>
> 2) Color photos would be cool.  Of course most (read:all) hobbiest expect
> that as mandatory.
>
> 3) Good guide for both native spawning water parameters (pH,GH, KH, temp and
> conductivity if available) and captive breeding parameters.
>
> 4) Expandability.  The way things are going, there can never be a fully
> up-to-date book as long as new fish are continuing to be discovered/imported.
>  Maybe a loose-leaf format or a loose-leaf addendum volume, being expanded by
> a rate of x-number speicies per month/year.
>
> 5) I think the SA and W Africans could probably be split into separate
> volumes.  Of course Apistogramma could be a volume all by itself.
>
> Bob Dixon
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