gobiid


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gobiid

(ˈɡəʊbɪɪd)
n
(Animals) a goby
adj
(Zoology) ichthyol belonging to the family Gobiidae
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serperaster and higher than other gobiid species (Table 2).
1B) and small tide pools serve as refuge for crabs, shrimps, and gobiid fishes.
In these species there is no specialized gland-like tissue embedded within the testis proper and it is unclear to what extent gobiid AGS may provide a similar function to the tissues described by Asoh and Shapiro (1997) for G.
Blob RW, Rai R, Julius ML, Schoenfuss HL (2006) Functional diversity in extreme environments: effects of locomotor style and substrate texture on the waterfall climbing performance of Hawaiian gobiid fishes.
A gobiid fish and a palaemonid shrimp living on an antipatharian sea whip in the tropical Pacific.
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.