Edgbaston goby

The Edgbaston goby lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The Edgbaston goby is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Conservation status: The Edgbaston goby is 'Endangered' in Queensland (Queensland Nature Conservation Act 1992) and 'Vulnerable' nationally ( Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999). More

The edgbaston goby (Chlamydogobius squamigenus) is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family. It is endemic to Australia. Source - * Wager, R. 1996. Chlamydogobius squamigenus. More

6in) Edgbaston goby are also present in small numbers. image 49KK jpeg - Small spring on Edgbaston, Queensland. Contains the best Edgbaston goby populations out of all the Edgbaston Springs. More

Edgbaston goby : The 'Endangered'2 Edgbaston goby Chlamydogobius squamigenus only occurs in springs in central Queensland, and requires shallow, clear water bodies free from larger fish, to survive. More

and the Edgbaston Goby, eleven species of snail, one small crustacean, one flatworm, one spider, one dragonfly and three species of plant reside exclusively in the spring-fed pools at Edgbaston. More

Edgbaston goby (Chlamydogobius squamigenus) is from similar Queensland habitats that are being degraded by trampling from humans and domestic livestock. The introduction of the mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) presents another threat to C. squamigenus. More

Edgbaston goby, two fish which only exist at Edgbaston Reserve. Bush Heritage’s purchase of Edgbaston Reserve last year means that these fish now live in a protected environment, and their odds of survival are much higher. More

Common names

Edgbaston goby in English
頰麟皺鰓鰕虎魚 in Mandarin Chinese
頰麟皺鰓鰕虎魚 in Unknown
颊麟皱鳃鰕虎鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
颊麟皱鳃鰕虎鱼 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Chlamydogobius
Species : Chlamydogobius squamigenus
Authority : Larson, 1995