BOLEOPHTHALMUS BODDARTI PDF

Boleophthalmus is a genus of mudskippers native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean. There are currently six recognized species in this genus: [2]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Boleophthalmus B. Catalog of Fishes.

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See original regarding copyrights and terms of use. More on author: Pallas. Occurs in burrows and is often found on mudflats in extremely shallow water where it browses on algae Ref. Feeds on algae and harpacticoids Ref. An intertidal and amphibious air-breather that actively shuttles back and forth between rock pools and air Ref. Occasionally seen in markets Ref. A taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the oxudercine gobies Gobiidae: Oxudercinae.

Sounds Ciguatera Speed Swim. Estimates based on models Preferred temperature Ref. Phylogenetic diversity index Ref. Trophic Level Ref. Generation time: 1. Resilience Ref. Vulnerability Ref. IDnature guide Fish. Links We parsed the following live from the Web into this page. Common name e. Gadus morhua. Click on map for details about points. IDnature guide. We parsed the following live from the Web into this page.

Names Scientific source :. Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Following modified from FishBase. This map was computer-generated and has not yet been reviewed.

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Boleophthalmus boddarti. Tanjung Piai, Peninsular Malaysia; lateral view above ; dorsal view centre ; ventral view below ; the bar is 10 mm long - freshly dead male photo: G. Polgar, Pallas, Hamilton,

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Such content is managed by its original site and not cached on Discover Life. Please send feedback and corrections directly to the source. See original regarding copyrights and terms of use. More on author: Pallas. Occurs in burrows and is often found on mudflats in extremely shallow water where it browses on algae Ref. Feeds on algae and harpacticoids Ref.

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