Gobiidae


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Related to Gobiidae: Blenniidae, Bothidae, Balistidae, Stromateidae

Gobiidae

[gō′bī·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of perciform fishes in the suborder Gobioidei characterized by pelvic fins united to form a sucking disk on the breast.
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As familias Gobiesocidae, Gobiidae, Serranidae, Monacanthidae e Labrisomidae foram representadas por uma unica especie cada, enquanto que a familia Blenniidae apresentou duas especies.
The marine taxa that demonstrate phylogeographic structure in the LAR, mainly species of the family Gobiidae, share certain qualities that are susceptible to population bottlenecks during these periods, and these species tend to show deeper phylogeographic structure (e.
Based on samples collected throughout the BMLC in October, March, June, and July/August of 1973-1974, Castro-Barrera (1975) identified larvae of 32 teleost families with Gobiidae and, to a far lesser extent Engraulidae, present in greatest abundance.
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).
13,450 296 Gobiesocidae Arcos rubiginosus 0 0 Gobiidae Bathygobius curacao 1 0 Ctenogobius saepepallerts 0 0 Gnatholepis thompsoni 2043 0 Priolepis spp.
The dominant species collected with both gears were from the families Paralichthyidae, Triglidae, Gobiidae, Serranidae, Engraulidae, Stromateidae, and Sciaenidae.
Prior we were invited for a seminar in Bucharest's "Grigore Antipa" National Museum where the monumental B n rescu - Nalbant collection with over 10,000 specimens, especially of the families Cyprinidae, Cobitidae and Gobiidae, is under the custody of the Museum.
What can I say about the woman who probably knows more about the family Gobiidae than anyone else?