Gobioidei

Gobioidei

[‚gō·bē′ȯid·ē‚ī]
(vertebrate zoology)
The gobies, a suborder of morphologically diverse actinopterygian fishes in the order Perciformes; all lack a lateral line.
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Phylogeny of Gobioidei and placement within Acanthomorpha, with a new classification and investigation of diversification and character evolution.
Emperor Akihito contributed 350 pages (and several illustrations) on Gobioidei, a suborder of Japanese goby fish that includes 518 types, to the third edition of "Fishes of Japan with Pictorial Keys to the Species.
grooti POLYNEMOIDEI POLYNEMIDAE Polystonemus multifilis Tenggulu, Kurau, Kurau janggut Polystonemus longipectoralis GOBIOIDEI ELEOTRIDIDAE Oxyeleotris marmorata Ketutuk, Bakutut, Bodobodo GOBIIDAE Psuedogobiopsis spec.
Well over 2,000 or an estimated one in every 10 to 20 species of bony fishes is a goby (suborder Gobioidei or order Gobiiformes, used interchangeably in this book), yet much knowledge about gobies is broadly dispersed and as cryptic as the fishes themselves.
Vagelli discusses some of the literature, pre-2010, about interrelationships among the Gobioidei, Kurtidae and Apogonidae.