Common goby

Padogobius bonelli is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family.

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The Common goby lives in the demersal, freshwater, pH range: 7.0 - 7.5, dH range: 10 environment.

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common goby and suggests that this was owing either to an increase in paternal expenditure with increased brood size or to the fact that males do not cannibalize parts of broods over a certain area, or proportion, of the largest potential brood of the nest. More

The Common goby (Pomatoschistus microps) is a small coastal fish of Western European waters from Norway to Portugal it is of a sandy colour and reaches a length of 64mm. More

catch (violet curve for the common goby), while the lowest value gives the worst (blue curve for the Adriatic sand goby). The total quantum catch in each case is proportional to the integral of the spectrum across wavelengths, i.e. the area under each curve. More

the genus and probably the most common goby in marine aquariums. It is a cleaner species and even though of small size (2 to 3 inches as adults) the neon goby does well in a community tank. More

(sand goby, common goby) but not in other lineages such as the two-spotted goby and the marbled goby. More

They are the most common goby in the Bay's open waters. They move to deep channels in the winter. * Green gobies are found throughout the Bay and the lower tidal portions of most tributaries. More

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The common goby (Pomatoschistus microps), which grows up to 3.5 in (9 cm) total length and can convert 40% of its food into gonad energy, may spawn up to six times over a three-month period, or as many as nine times during its 18-month life cycle. More

common goby, Pomatoschistus microps, from Grand Havre on Guernsey's north coast. File No. 22-653 sealord > common goby, Pomatoschistus microps, from Grand Havre on Guernsey's north coast. File No. 22-653 common goby, Pomatoschistus microps, from Grand Havre on Guernsey's north coast. More

Distribution: Like the painted goby, the common goby is distributed along the Norwegian coast, as far north as Trøndelag. maybe even further as it is quite common in the Trondheim fjord. It prefers sandy or muddy substrate, usually not deeper than 30 meters. More

distinguish, however the common goby usually has a triangular mark at the base of the pectoral which the sand goby does not. See also remarks on the painted goby (Pomatoschistus pictus). More

Common names

Common goby in English
Flodkutling in Danish (dansk)
Gardasee-Grundel in German (Deutsch)
Ghiozzo padano in Italian (Italiano)
Guvid de baltă in Rumanian
Padogobius bonelli in Italian (Italiano)
Panizza-Grundel in German (Deutsch)
帕多鰕虎魚 in Mandarin Chinese
帕多鰕虎鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
河鰕虎魚 in Mandarin Chinese
河鰕虎鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Padogobius
Species : Padogobius bonelli
Authority : Bonaparte, 1846