Sailfin goby

The Sailfin goby lives in the demersal, marine, depth range - 20 m environment.

Sally Polack photographed a sailfin goby at Ponta Mamoli, Mozambique. World goby experts, Helen Larson from Australia and Rick Winterbottom from Canada are not sure what it is but think it might be a species new to science, possibly a Vanderhorstia or Tomiyamichthys. More

of gobies (special ones: sailfin goby, purple fire goby, black sailfin goby), frogfish, leaf fish, alot of nudibranchs, pygmy seahorse, giant jawfish... we'll update a longer post tomorrow... More

dancing goby, sailfin goby, purple fir goby, black sailfin goby, red-margin shrimp goby, whip coral goby and also crab eye goby. These fishes are excellent posers for photographers but they are very very very shy. More

Sailfin goby, Honeycomb, Gorontalo, Sulawesi - photo by Sheldon Hey For starters, try spotting the blue-headed tilefish. They can often be seen swimming in pairs and are easily identifiable by their blue heads on an otherwise yellow body with a scissor tail. More

Sailfin goby by Andrew Newton UW. St Leonards Pier To take full advantage of Flickr, you should use a JavaScript-enabled browser and install the latest version of the Macromedia Flash Player. More

The magnificent sailfin goby lives in sandy burrows Sailfin goby Copyright More

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Common names

Australian sailfin goby in English
Sailfin goby in English

Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Nesogobius
Species : Nesogobius pulchellus
Authority : Castelnau, 1872