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Violet goby or Broussonets goby, Gobioides Featured Goby Image

Violet goby or Broussonets goby, Gobioides

Violet goby or Broussonet's goby, Gobioides broussonnetii, and sand goby, Pomatoschistus minutus.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieu's Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 1816-1830. Illustration by J.G. Pretre, engraved by Massard, directed by Turpin, and published by F. G. Levrault. Jean Gabriel Pretre (1780-1845) was painter of natural history at Empress Josephine's zoo and later became artist to the Museum of Natural History

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Spotted prawn-goby (Amblyeleotris guttata) Featured Goby Image

Spotted prawn-goby (Amblyeleotris guttata)

Spotted prawn-goby (Amblyeleotris guttata), Shrimp-gobies share their burrows with Alpheid shrimps. The shrimp builds and maintains the burrow, while the goby serves as a sentinel, an example of mutually beneficial symbiotic behaviour. Loloata Island Resort, off Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

© Mark Spencer/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

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Crossband gobies (Rhinogobius sp. CB) Featured Goby Image

Crossband gobies (Rhinogobius sp. CB)

Crossband gobies (Rhinogobius sp. CB), of a species not yet scientifically described, in a territorial dispute on a river bed. They occur throughout Japan except Hokkaido, the northernmost island. Some populations live and spawn in streams with the fry developing in estuaries. Others live entirely in freshwater. Shimanto River, Kochi Prefecture, Japan