gobiid


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gobiid

(ˈɡəʊbɪɪd)
n
(Animals) a goby
adj
(Zoology) ichthyol belonging to the family Gobiidae
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A preliminary review of the Indo-Pacific gobiid fishes of the genus Gnatholepis.
Orientation and jumping behavior in the gobiid fish Bathygobius soporator.
Gray et al [56] studied the roles of growth hormone, hepatic growth hormone receptors and insulin-like growth factor-I in growth regulation in the gobiid teleost, Gillichthys mirabilis.
The small fishes of the gobiid genus Tryssogobius Larson & Hoese, 2001 are represented by the following five species: T.
The Gobiid Gobiosoma saucrum and the Labrisomid Hemiemblemaria simulus appear to have permanent populations in the Keys and relatively low incidence.
However, toxic effects such as ultrastructural change in testes of gobiid fish, reduction in larval production in sand fiddler crabs, chronic toxicity in hens, acute toxicity in birds, reptiles, and fish, and decreases in muscarinic receptor function in rat retina have been reported (Mullie et al.
During the breeding season, Kauai's northeastern to southern shores are a popular area for recreational fishermen targeting the gobiid Awaous stamineus (known as |o'opu nakea).
A new species of gobiid fish, Vanderhorstia lepidobucca, is described from Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia on the basis of eight specimens, 23.
The gobiid fish Amblyeleotris neumanni is described as a new species from three specimens, 44.
Four new species of the gobiid fish genus Bganinops are described: B.
caudomarginatus, which is conspicuously more abundant, and sometimes with two species of poeciliids, Poecilia vivipara Bloch & Schneider and Phalloptychus januarius (Hensel), an eleotridine gobiid, Dormitator maculatus (Bloch), and the callichthyid Callichthys callichthys (Linnaeus).