Apogon spongicolus

The Apogon spongicolus lives in the demersal, marine environment.

Apogon ocellatus and Apogon spongicolus are juvenile specimens of Apogon guamensis. Figure 5, an adult Red Sea Apogon guamensis, shows the faint basicaudal spot and cheek mark and basicaudal spot. Smith's (1964) material lacks the cheek mark, which is present in Fourmanoir and Crosnier's material. More

Apogon spongicolus (Smith, 1965) (basis of record) Apogon thermalis Cuvier, 1829 (basis of record) Apolemichthys kingi Heemstra, 1984 (basis of record) Aporops bilinearis Schultz, 1943 (basis of record) Apristurus longicephalus Nakaya, 1975 (basis of record) Apristurus microps (Gilchrist, 1922) (basis More

Common names

綿居天竺鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
绵居天竺鲷 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Apogonidae
Genus : Apogon
Species : Apogon spongicolus
Authority : Smith, 1965