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BKA 2020 Annual General Meeting

BKA 2020 Annual General Meeting

The BKA will hold its Annual General Meeting on Sunday 9th August, commencing at 6pm. In order to vote in absence or to ‘attend’ and vote in person please click on the button. All BKA Members should by now have received details within the first issue of Killi-Snippets. This included a copy of the Agenda, The Chair’s report and the Financial Accounts. If you haven’t received your copy it may be that we do not have a current email address…

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Another great Convention

Another great Convention

The BKA Convention took place last weekend and featured a wide array of stunning killis. Chairman Gordon Temperley walked away with Best in Show and our guest speaker Alberto Reis from the APKA (Portugese Killifish Association ) also took several awards. The standard of entries meant that several categories were closely contested and the ‘Breeders Teams’ (consisting of 3 males and 3 females) covered Eurasia, Africa and South America. At the subsequent auction these beautiful fish started several bidding wars,…

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The new site for the British Killifish Association

The new site for the British Killifish Association

Welcome to the official website of the British Killifish Association. We exist to help further the appreciation of the egg laying Cyprinodontiformes – Killifish and we are:- Dedicated to the study, propagation and publication of knowledge pertaining to Killifish. Killifish comprise a large group of fish, growing from less than 2cm long to over 20cm. They are found predominantly in sub-Saharan Africa and South America, usually in tropical or sub-tropical zones. But their adaptability has allowed them to spread into…

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