The Tubenose lives in the benthopelagic, marine environment.

At hatch, the tubenose goby is precocious and closely resembles juveniles. Distinguishing morphologic characters include a cottid-like body with broad head, dorsolateral eyes, tubular anterior nostrils, two dorsal fins, thoracic fused pelvic fins, and spatulate caudal fin. More

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The tubenose goby (Proterorhinus marmoratus) is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family. It is found in Austria, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, the United States, and Uzbekistan. More

Tubenose gobies can be Identified from the round goby by their darker mottled coloration and the possesion of anterior nostrials. The head of these fish also appears more squared and the eyes are not set so high on the skull. More

tubenose goby was captured in Lake Erie at Port Glasgow, Canada (ROM 70904) (A. Dextrase, personal communication). More

Tubenoses are sea birds coming only to shore only for breeding purposes. Most are almost unable to walk on land, and many species visit their remote breeding islands only at night. More

Tubenose gobies have a tiny tube extending from each nostril. Where did they come from? Gobies came from the Caspian Sea region of Europe. More

tubenose goby drawingFirst, a little about the life history of these fish. The tubenose goby is a small fish reaching lengths up to 110 mm (3 in), lives to about 5 years, and once the males spawn they die. More

The tubenose goby is a Eurasian fish species native to the Black and Caspian seas. It was first discovered in 1990 in Michigan waters of the St. Clair River and has since been found in northwestern Lake Erie. More

The tubenose goby (Proterorhinus marmoratus) is a bottom-dwelling species that can live in slightly brackish to freshwater. These fish defend nest sites created under rocks, logs, and shells, and they produce young that look like adults. More

melanostomus) and the tubenose goby (Proterorhinus marmoratus) in the Great Lakes basin. Author: Dougherty, J.D., Moore, W.S. & Ram, J.L. Journal: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 53(3): 474-480. More

A tubenose goby (Proterorhinus marmoratus) was caught in a U.S. Geological Survey trawl in April 2001 and another was seined from the water later in September by Wisconsin fisheries biologists, making the species' first documented leap significantly beyond its entry point into the U.S. More

Tubenose (Proterorhinus marmoratus) Gobies in the Great Lakes versus Eurasian Populations, Ohio State University. More

tubenose (Proterorhinus marmoratus) gobies in the Great Lakes versus Eurasian populations. Journal of Great Lakes Research 27: 267-280. 2 C.A. Stepien, J.E. Brown*, M.E. Neilson*, & M.A. Tumeo. 2005. More

name would remain with the marine tubenose goby identified in this study. The freshwater tubenose goby in the Black Sea basin was originally described as P. semilunaris (Heckel, 1840), prior to its synonymy with P. More

tubenose definition tube·nose (to̵̅o̅b′nōz′, tyo̵̅o̅b′-) noun any of an order (Procellariiformes) of birds having tubular nostrils, including the shearwaters, petrels, and albatrosses Webster's New World College Dictionary Copyright © 2005 by Wiley More

Tubenose Sculpin Common Names in Mandarin Chinese: 大吻杜父魚, 大吻杜父魚, 大吻杜父鱼 Common Names in Russian: подкаменщик трубконосый, Trubkonosyi Podkamenshchik Description - More

Common names

Japansk rørnæse in Danish (dansk)
Kudayagara in Japanese (日本語)
Tube-snout in English
Tubenose in English
管刺魚(管魚) in Mandarin Chinese
管刺魚(管魚) in Unknown
管刺鱼(管鱼) in Mandarin Chinese
管刺鱼(管鱼) in Unknown
실비늘치 in Korean (한국어)

Order : Gasterosteiformes
Family : Aulorhynchidae
Genus : Aulichthys
Species : Aulichthys japonicus
Authority : Brevoort, 1862