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- 22 recognized species in this genus: Acentrogobius caninus Valenciennes, 1837 (Tropical sand goby) Acentrogobius cenderawasih G. R. Allen & Erdmann, 2012...
- It is the type species of the genus Acentrogobius. Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2017). "Acentrogobius viridipunctatus" in FishBase. January...
- Binomial name Drombus globiceps (Hora, 1923) Synonyms Acentrogobius globiceps (Hora, 1923) Acentrogobius kranjiensis (Herre, 1940) Ctenogobious globiceps Hora...
- particular, red mullets of the genus Mullus Malagasy mountain mullet, Acentrogobius therezieni, a species of fish in the family Gobiidae endemic to Madagascar...
- Genus: Drombus Species: D. bontii Binomial name Drombus bontii (Bl****er, 1849) Synonyms Acentrogobius bontii (Bl****er, 1849) Gobius bontii (Bl****er, 1849)...
- Acentrogobius cyanomos, or the Threadfin blue goby is an amphidromous benthopelagic species of goby found in brackish and salt water in Bangladesh, India...
- Acentrogobius therezieni is a species of goby endemic to hard, fresh waters of Madagascar. This species can reach a length of 10 centimetres (3.9 in)...
- Longfin mojarra Acentrogobius bontii (native) Acentrogobius caninus (native), Tropical sand goby Acentrogobius cyanomos (native) Acentrogobius ennorensis (native)...
- Acanthogobius luridus (Ni et Wu, 1985) (비늘흰발망둑) Acentrogobius pellidebilis (Lee et Kim, 1992) (점줄망둑) Acentrogobius pflaumii (Bl****er, 1853) – striped sand goby...
- (Lates, tilapias, Dichistiidae, Anabantidae, Mudskippers, Parachanna, Acentrogobius, Croilia, Glossogobius, Hemichromis, Nanochromis, Oligolepis, Oreochromis...
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