Killi-Data is all about fish that are so important to ichthyologists, biologists, aquarists, ecologists, conservationists, environmentalists, and behaviorists, because of their unique characteristics. If you are a new comer to Killifishes, discover their SPECIFICITIES, and their BEAUTIES, their ECOLOGY-BEHAVIOURS.
Killi-Data presents all available top quality information on Killies or oviparous Cyprinodontiformes fishes, including a data base, with full ichthyological, ecological, behavioral, and historical coverage for each taxon and, with all aquarium information of maintenance and breeding, and, with all details of systematics, morpho-osteology, genetics, patterns for each today valid name.
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Killi-Data knowledge base latest full upload : March 8. 2019 [1561 total taxa (generic or specific level), 82 presently valid genera, 108 presently valid (sub)species, 5444 bibliographic references, 1810 Killiflash, 3085 fish photos, 8550 collecting localities, 200 maps, 4 wassups, and 451 linked alerts].
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