Posts Tagged ‘Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation’

Another Eviota Goby Species is Scientifically Described

Eviota angustifascia is the newest species of dwarfgoby, described from the waters of Fiji and New Guinea by authors David W. Greenfield and Mark V. Edrmann in the Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation.

23 Jan 12:59 PM 0 Read More...

Four Years of New Eviota Dwarfgoby Species

David W. Greenfield and his colleagues have introduced several new species of Eviota dwarfgobies during the last four years.

25 Sep 8:33 AM 0 Read More...

A Definitive (and FREE) Species Guide to 105 Trimma Gobies

Richard Winterbottom’s new species guide to the pygmygobies of the genus Trimma is the perfect complement to his prior overview of the Eviota gobies.

02 Feb 10:11 PM 1 Read More...

Meet the newest Cryptocentrus Shrimpgoby Species

Meet the Highfin Shrimpgoby, Cryptocentrus altipinna, which is found exclusively in the Indian Ocean, residing in seagrass beds with sandy-mud bottoms.

13 Feb 9:35 PM 0 Read More...

Try A Triplefin? New Caribbean Blenny Species Described

The announcement of a newly-described species is a great excuse to learn more about the entirely overlooked family of Triplefin Blennies.

31 Jan 2:37 PM 1 Read More...