Genus Tomiyamichthys


Summary:
A genus of shrimpgobies with the ventral one-third or more of the lower part of first gill slit closed by membrane; gill rakers on outer surface of the first arch rudimentary or relatively short, 11 or fewer in total number; well-developed longitudinal pattern of sensory-papillae rows on cheek and a uniserial transverse row of sensory papillae just behind the chin. The genus is also characterised by having equal number of dorsal and anal-fin rays, numerous small scales, often non-imbricateanteriorly, and a moderately narrow gill opening reaching to below the operculum.
Author: Dianne J. Bray

Cite this page as:
Dianne J. Bray, Tomiyamichthys in Fishes of Australia, accessed 26 Apr 2017, http://fishesofaustralia.net.au/Home/genus/1517

References


Hoese DF, Shibukawa K, Johnson JW. 2016. Description of a new species of Tomiyamichthys from Australia with a discussion of the generic name. Zootaxa 4079 (5): 582–594. http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4079.5.5

Shibukawa K, Suzuki T, Senou H, Yano, K. 2005. Records of three shrimp-goby species (Teleostei, Perciformes, Gobiidae) from the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan. Bulletin of the National Science Museum Tokyo (A) 31: 191–204.