Cox's gudgeon

The Cox's gudgeon lives in the demersal, potamodromous, freshwater environment.

Cox's Gudgeon occurs from southern Queensland to southern Victoria, in coastal freshwaters and inland up to about 700 m altitude. Juveniles are able to climb waterfalls by rotating their pectoral fins so that the inside surfaces of the fins are pressed against the wall creating suction. More

Cox's Gudgeon Gobiomorphis coxii Image: 24T5466-07 Request Image License Fee Add Photo to Lightbox View Larger Photo View your Lightbox Order Print of Photo Cox's More

Image: A Cox's Gudgeon at Bellinger River - Add comment Add tags A Cox's Gudgeon at Bellinger River Description A Cox's Gudgeon at a depth of 5. More

tag including bullrout, striped gudgeon, cox's gudgeon, flat headed gudgeon, dwarf flat headed gudgeon and Australian smelt. “Local anglers who catch a tagged fish can call the DPI number on the external tag. More

Cox's Gudgeon found in Lily PondA new species of native fish not seen before in Centennial Parklands has been identified in Lily Pond. More

Common names

Cox's gudgeon in English
Mulgoa gudgeon in English
考克斯鮈塘鱧 in Mandarin Chinese
考克斯鮈塘鳢 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Eleotridae
Genus : Gobiomorphus
Species : Gobiomorphus coxii
Authority : Krefft, 1864