Genus Glossogobius


Summary:
A goby genus with a longitudinal papilla pattern, with at least 6 lines of papillae running longitudinally on the cheek, 27–30 vertebrae, a bilobed tongue, gill opening reaching below a point just before to just behind posterior preopercular margin to below eye, a typically lobed mental fraenum and a long bony process extending from the preoperculum to the symplectic. Most speices also have a large mouth, reaching to below the eye (10–15% SL) and a depressed head.
Author: Dianne J. Bray

Cite this page as:
Dianne J. Bray, Glossogobius in Fishes of Australia, accessed 27 Mar 2017, http://fishesofaustralia.net.au/Home/genus/581

References


Hoese, D.F. & Allen, G.R. 2009. Description of three new species of Glossogobius from Australia and New Guinea. Zootaxa 1981: 1–14. 

Hoese, D.F. & Allen, G.R. 2012. A review of the amphidromous species of the Glossogobius celebius complex, with description of three new species. Cybium 35(4): 269-284.

Hoese, D.F., Hadiaty, R.K. & Fabian Herder, F. 2015. Review of the dwarf Glossogobius lacking head pores from the Malili lakes, Sulawesi, with a discussion of the definition of the genus. 63: 14–26.