Amblyeleotris sp


Amblyeleotris sp., on a sandy slope at Fitzroy Island, Queensland, depth 16m. Source: Sue Churchill & Rogan Draper. License: All rights reserved

Summary:
A pale grey shrimpgoby becoming whitish below with four brown bars along the body, brown reticulations on the head and between the bars, a brown bar across the gill cover, a narrow brown bar below the eye, a narrow brown band behind the eye, and scattered blue spots/streaks on the head. 

Cite this page as:
Bray, D.J. 2019, Amblyeleotris sp in Fishes of Australia, accessed 19 Aug 2019, http://fishesofaustralia.net.au/home/species/5281

Amblyeleotris sp

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Distribution

Lizard Is. to Fitzroy Is., Queensland.

Etymology

The species is named for Mr. M. Masui who collected the type specimens.

Author

Bray, D.J. 2019

Quick Facts


Behaviour:Shares burrow with alpheid shrimp

Depth:12-40 m

Habitat:Reef associated, sandy areas

Max Size:11 cm SL

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