gobioid

gobioid

(ˈɡəʊbɪˌɔɪd)
adj
(Animals) of or relating to the Gobioidea, a suborder of spiny-finned teleost fishes that includes gobies and mudskippers (family Gobiidae) and sleepers (family Eleotridae)
n
(Animals) any gobioid fish
[C19: from New Latin Gobioidea, from Latin gōbius gudgeon]
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Their topics include molecular systematics of Gobioid fishes, Gobiiformes of the Americas, amphidromy as a life cycle among tropical freshwater gobies, gobies as predator and prey, early development, planktonic and paedomorphic gobioids, and mudskippers as front runners in the modern invasion of land.
Induced spawning by hormone-operation, egg-development and larva of blind gobioid fish, Odontamblyopus rubicundus.
Breeding sounds of male Padogobius nigricans (Teleostei: Gobiidae) with suggestions for further evolutionary study of vocal behaviour in gobioid fishes.
A study of the vertebral column and median fin osteology in gobioid fishes with comments on gobioid relationships.
Gobioid fishes of the families Gob-iidae, Periophthalmidae, Trypauchenidae, Taenioididae, and Kraemeriidae of the Western Indian Ocean.
His lab focuses on the diversity, evolution and conservation of fishes with an emphasis on gobioid fish systematics.
A new goby (Teleostei: Gobiidae) from the South China Sea and its significance for gobioid classification.
The presence or only five instead of six branchiostegal rays initially led to the supposition that this new gobioid might belong in the family Gobiidae (usually with five branchiostegal rays) instead of Eleotridae (usually with six).
Gobioid monophyly has been well-supported by both morphology (e.
Frank's lab focuses on the diversity, evolution and conservation of fishes with an emphasis on gobioid fish systematics.