Yellow-and-Whitestriped Pygmygoby (Eviota mikiae)

Also known as Dwarf Goby, Gudgeon, Miki's Dwarfgoby, Miki's Pygmygoby, Pygmy Goby, Reef Goby, Whiteline Dwarfgoby, Whiteline Pygmygoby, White-lined Pygmygoby

Description

Also known as Dwarf Goby, Gudgeon, Miki's Dwarfgoby, Miki's Pygmygoby, Pygmy Goby, Reef Goby, Whiteline Dwarfgoby, Whiteline Pygmygoby, White-lined Pygmygoby.

Found in small schools resting on large coral heads and cushion stars over current swept reef slopes rich in coral growth.
They feed on benthic invertebrates and zooplankton.
Length - 3.5cm
Depth - 5-25m
Widespread Indian Ocean

Reef Gobies have the largest and smallest species usually with very distinctive colouring. Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/Eviota-mikiae.html

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