Walking goby

The Walking goby lives in the demersal, amphidromous, brackish, marine environment.

Also known as a walking goby, it can live both in and out of water: it breathes with its gills in the water and when it emerges it carries a provision of water in its cheeks and can also breathe through its skin (tegumentary respiration). More

the Walking Goby, and the Galloping Eel, in a chapter of Extinct called "Fish Out Of Water. More

Common names

Bearded goby in English
Bia in Tagalog
Blue mud-hopper in English
Cá Thòi lòi ch?m in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Cá Thòi lòi chấm in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Dahuk in Bengali (বাংলা)
Fa ue in Cantonese
Fa ue in Chinese (中文)
Tokagehaze in Japanese (日本語)
Viherviiriryömijä in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Walking goby in English
ডাহোক in Bengali (বাংলা)
花跳 in Mandarin Chinese
青弹涂鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
青弹涂鱼的异名 in Mandarin Chinese
青彈塗魚 in Mandarin Chinese
青彈塗魚的異名 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Scartelaos
Species : Scartelaos histophorus
Authority : Valenciennes, 1837