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Last check on website links on this page - 4th January 2015

Worldwide Killifish Associations

New Website for the year 2000. Innovative ideas on auctions. Helpful articles, tips. Growing rapidly. Online auction of fish. Newsgroup online.

American Killifish Association AKA

If your link changes please let me know.

Large site with loads of information especially for beginner's. Online newsgroup. Egg/fish list published online.
Affiliated North American groups...........
Arizona Rivulin Keepers *** ARK
California Area of Killifish Enthusiasts ***
Chesapeake Area ***
Greater Cincinnati ***
Northwest Killies ***
Pittsburgh Area Killifish Association ***
St. Louis Area *** SLAKA
San Diego Killifish Group ***
San Francisco Bay Area ***
Southern California ***
Wisconsin Area *** WAKO
 
KILLI ASSOCIATION OF BULGARIA
No website as yet. Formed 11th January 2003.
Not in English although the book 'A Hobbyist's Guide to South American Annual Killifish' is. All 100 pages. Well worth looking at. Many articles & old DKG Journals can be downloaded through Acrobat Reader. Click on Archiv from the main menu. These are large downloads so be patient. Click onto Steckbriefe to access a useful database of sp.
English translator built in.
English translator built in.
Canadian Killifish Association CKA
No website found
Nice site. No translator but you can easily copy/paste into a translator. Section on Aphanius with biotope photos. Worth a look.
  I had a great time clicking through this site. No translator built in but you can soon sort out the links. The Gallery section is worth searching out.
 
National Australian Killifish Association NAKA
No website found. A forum exists for Australia.
NZKA
No website found
English translator built in. Convention photographs. Fish & Egg liistings.
Appears in Spanish. Contains articles & show results with photos of some sp.

Portuguese Killifish Association APK

Link amended June 2009.

Fish & Egg listings.

New site address entered 27th August 2005. English translator being worked on.

Richard Sexton's site. This has been around for a long time. It's a big site & well worth a look.
Czech Killifish Club
No website found

Killi Association of Bulgaria

No Website known

First Journal distributed June 2003.
Contact
Todor Metchkov
 

Southern African Killifish Society

No website found

Online Publications / database's

Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters
An international journal for field-orientated ichthyology

International Banking - Money Exchange

Send money in foreign currency. Join overseas associations in seconds. Useful for E-Bay, Amazon etc. Secure site.

Diseases

Highly recommended site on diseases. This site has won many awards. Well worth a visit.

Book Suppliers
See also facebook group

Half Price Books  
Seahorses  
Fish Book Store  
Aquarian Subjects  

Newsgroups

BKA (English)
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BritishKillifishAssociation/join
AKA (English)
http://www.aka.org/AKA/subkillietalk.html
DKG (German)
 
KCF (French)
 
SKS (Swedish)
 
Australian killie discussion group
 
Killifish Breeders Association
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/K-B-A/
http://www.breeders-international.com

New site started 6th January 2009.

  • Membership at breeders-international.com is free
  • Manage your own fishlist
  • Add as many fish as you like to your fishlist
  • Add around 30 pictures to each of your fishentries
  • Buy or sell fish, fry or fisheggs directly from the breeder
  • Exchange informations with others

General Killifish Hobbyist Web-sites
If you would like your website listed here contact me with your URL.

  http://www.fishlice.f9.co.uk/house/Odd%20Bits.index.htm Alan Greens website.....

Kenjiro Tanaka
Japanese text with no translator that I could find. Good photos of killies, guppies, anabantids.
Killifische.at
Austrian site with no language translator. Nice site with photos of auctions & some nice fish photos.
DKG Chromaphyosemion Study Group - Rudolf Pohlmann.
Really good group for Chromaphyosemion species.
Markus Piribau
Austrian site, good design. Shortly to have language translator built in.
Maxim Axenov
Russian site in Russian. A language translator is required on this site. It is a professionally put together site with many photos & a good section on sp. being maintained. Also has a trade list. Worth a look at.

Fishbase
A large searchable database which is most useful.

Alf & Anita - New URL updated Feb. 8th 2004. English translator built in. Many photo's of their set up. Fish maintenance list. Fish photo's.

Olivier Legros - The Subgenus Chromaphyosemion
Large site containing many photographs of Chromaphyosemion. You may need to change your 'pop up blocker' settings to view photos on this site. Newer species not reported on. Not updated last time I visited (June 2009).

Finn Larsen
Keeps mainly Nothobranchius. Swedish but a couple of articles are in English.

KillieNutz - Tom Grady
Large site. Good news page. New URL (May 2002)

Nothobranchius Information Centre
Marc Bellemans site concentrating on Nothobranchius. Large, comprehensive site. Marc is in Africa for long periods but will reply to messages in time. This site is the eastern African side of this site. Very, very good.

Cynolebias of Uruguay
Nice little site in a foreign tongue but photographs are very good, although they are too large & take a while to download.

Diapteron Discussion Group
Subscribe through Yahoo. Can be a bit long winded to subscribe. New group formed December 2001.

Loh Kwek Leong
This site contains many photos of embryos at various stages of development.

Maps

  http://tinyurl.com/mlnk8o
This site is amazing. The legendary US Army maps of Africa (+ other countries). Big images to download which can get stuck on trying to download. You might need to click the top of the map & zoom into it, then scroll down slowly to bring it up. Scroll out to see the whole map.
http://www.multimap.com/map/places.cgi?client=europe&db=ap&overviewmap=ap
Good site on African locations. Type in town etc to bring up a localised map of road/main drainages.
http://www.mapsworldwide.co.uk
Maps Worldwide. For those of us who like the old fashioned fold out maps this site is really good. Detailed maps available covering West Africa & other parts of the world. Good site, fast delivery. Recommended.

http://www.mapquest.com/main.adp
MapQuest. Very good site with zoom in maps showing places 'not on the map' in West Africa.

http://www.scotese.com/earth.htm
Paleomap Project. For those researching the breakup of Pangea & continental plate drift in relation to work on ancient distribution of sp. this site is useful. It goes back a long way & also includes nice animations which you can control the speed of with your mouse.

Museums

Click 'various services' & 'publications' then 'List of Publications' to view list of available material.

Online Translators

http://www.systransoft.com/ or http://babelfish.altavista.com/tr
Google page translator. This translates whole websites. To activate click 'Translate this page' which appears next to the URL of the website you are looking for.
If you have the Google toolbar installed on your machine click the 'information' button them 'translate'.

Virus Information

http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/hoax.html
This site is great for checking out hoax virus'. Just look down the list on this page & click your virus (if listed) to find out more about it.

Trade Pages

 

Odd Ball Aquatics.
Aquabid - An online auction site. Worth keeping an eye on.

Miscellaneous Recommended Sites

Adobe Reader for opening .pdf files.
http://www.killies.com/Decapsulating.htm How to decapsulate brine shrimp eggs. Step by step in photo format. Simple site, very useful.
http://www.applesnail.net/ Apple snails..Love them or hate them this is the site to download.
Gigablast.com Powerful search engine. Fast & easy to use.
http://www.nbb.cornell.edu/neurobio/hopkins/mkingsley.html Victorian lady collector Mary Kingsley' trips to Gabon with links to the Annals & Magazine of Natural History. No killie photos but good references to bibliography & an enjoyable site.