Benthophilus durrelli

The Benthophilus durrelli lives in the demersal, freshwater, brackish environment.

* Benthophilus durrelli: Durrell's Tadpole Goby: A new species of tadpole goby discovered in 2004 * Kotchevnik durrelli: A new species of moth of the superfamily Cossoidea from Russia Major expeditions - More

Benthophilus durrelli is a small-sized benthic gobiid that inhabits both fresh and brackish waters. It belongs to the genus, Benthophilus, which is one of the most peculiar fishes – a relict from the Parathetys basin. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Benthophilus
Species : Benthophilus durrelli
Authority : Boldyrev & Bogutskaya,2004