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Re: The perfect d.c. book?

.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 

... with a hyperlink to a password protected, on-line suppliment for newly described species as part of a yearly subscription.  Update CDs have the new data included and the web site is wiped clean for new "new" species.

I formated properly, the updates can be ppublished at a fraction of time and money it takes to produce a new book.  Incremental data entry/editing is completed real-time through out the year so it's a relatively small production process to bring the updated CD to market.

Bill Vannerson
McHenry, IL

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