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Caragobius urolepis (Bleeker, 1852)

Scaleless worm goby

Classification
Class: Actinopterygii Subclass: Neopterygii Order:  Perciformes  Family:  Gobiidae     FishBase  WoRMS  OBIS
Habitat Occurrence type IUCN Red List Status
Freshwater, Brackish water, Marine Native Least Concern (LC)
Distribution
Distribution in India Distribution elsewhere
Channel off Barhampur Island, Chilka Lake, Orissa. Papua New Guinea, Philippines and Fiji.
Synonyms
Amblyopus urolepis Bleeker, 1852
Brachyamblyopus urolepis (Bleeker, 1852)
Caragobius typhlops Smith & Seale, 1906
Trypauchenophrys anotus Franz, 1910
Brachyamblyopus anotus (Franz, 1910)
Caragobius anotus (Franz, 1910)
Taenioides chilkensis Hora, 1923
Brachyamblyopus olivaceus Herre, 1927
Caragobius olivaceus (Herre, 1927)
Caragobius geomys Fowler, 1935
Caragobioides geomys (Fowler, 1935)
Nudagobioides monserrati Roxas & Ablan, 1940
Type specimen
Caragobius urolepis (Bleeker, 1852) urolepis, Amblyopus Bleeker [P.] 1852:581 [Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch IndiĆ« v. 3 (no. 4)] Palembang, Sumatra [Sumatera Selatan, Indonesia]. Holotype (unique): RMNH 4807. Synonym: Caragobius urolepis (Bleeker, 1852), Amblyopus urolepis Bleeker, 1852, Brachyamblyopus urolepis (Bleeker, 1852), Caragobius typhlops Smith & Seale, 1906, Trypauchenophrys anotus Franz, 1910, Brachyamblyopus anotus (Franz, 1910), Caragobius anotus (Franz, 1910), Taenioides chilkensis Hora, 1923, Brachyamblyopus olivaceus Herre, 1927, Caragobius olivaceus (Herre, 1927), Caragobius geomys Fowler, 1935, Caragobioides geomys (Fowler, 1935), Nudagobioides monserrati Roxas & Ablan, 1940.  More...
Biology
S.No. Diagnostic features Finformula Reference
1 D IV 32-33; A I 33; P 17-18; V I 5
2