Trimmatom nanus

With adults growing to a total overall length of just over 10 mm , T.

The Trimmatom nanus lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 5 - 30 m , usually 20 - 30 m environment.

a goby of the Indian Ocean? also called Trimmatom nanus in scientific terms * 1 year ago 40% 2 Votes * 1 Rating: Good Answer * 3 Rating: Bad Answer More

Trimmatom nanus is a species of marine fish in family Gobiidae of Perciformes. It is the type species of its genus. One of the fishes called dwarf gobies, it is native to the Chagos Archipelago and the Maldives in the western Indian Ocean. More

The smallest fish known is the goby Trimmatom nanus, which lives in lakes in the Philippines and grows to less than one-half inch. More

gobies in good standing, as is Trimmatom nanus, at a mere 0.4 inches one of the smallest vertebrates known. Some gobies provide a useful healthcare service to larger fishes by eating parasites and dead skin, while others share their homes with other animals, particularly shrimps. More

is Trimmatom nanus (the dwarf goby), a marine fish of the Western Pacific that grows marginally longer. In terms of length, the male angler fish, at a mere 6.2 mm, can claim to be the shortest of all fish. More

The smallest fish is the Trimmatom nanus, a goby of the Indian Ocean. It is about 2/5 of an inch long when fully grown. The largest fish is the Whale shark. It can weigh more than 15 tons, over twice as much as the African elephant. More

Common names

Atomstubb in Swedish (Svenska)
Indisk dværgkutling in Danish (dansk)
Minitokko in Finnish (suomen kieli)
微鰕虎魚 in Mandarin Chinese
微鰕虎魚 in Unknown
微鰕虎鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
微鰕虎鱼 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Trimmatom
Species : Trimmatom nanus
Authority : Winterbottom & Emery, 1981