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Stonogobiops nematodes

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Stonogobiops nematodes was originally described as Stonogobiops nematodes by Hoese & Randall in 1982. It belongs to the family Gobiidae. It is commonly known as Filament-finned prawn-goby and is known in Philippines as Bia, in Micronesia, Federated States as Filament-finned prawn-goby. more common names It is found in Salt water and its distribution is Indo-West Pacific: Seychelles, East Andaman Sea, to Philippines Palau and Ryukyu Islands.
Species   nematodes
AuthorWI   Hoese [D. F.] & Randall [J. E.]
AuthorNI   Hoese & Randall
Qualification   ---
Year   1982
Status   Valid
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Gobiiformes Gobiiformes
Family   Gobiidae
Subfamily  
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Genus   Stonogobiops
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Gobiiformes
Family   Gobiidae
Genus   Stonogobiops
Original Name   Stonogobiops        
Taxon Name   nematodes
Original Combination   Stonogobiops nematodes
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Stonogobiops nematodes
OriginalSubGenus   Stonogobiops
Original Author   Hoese & Randall
Original AuthorWI   Hoese [D. F.] & Randall [J. E.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1982
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Off South Seas Resort Hotel, Dumaguete City, Negros, Philippines, depth 65 feet.
Primary Code   Holotype (unique)
Primary Type   BPBM 27854
Journal   Indo-Pac. Fishes
Citation   No. 1
Page   13
Illustrations   Pl. 3 (B-C); Figs. 1, 4

SubSpecies AuthorWI   ---
Qualification SS   ---

Original QualificationSS   ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI   ---


Current Genus Species   Stonogobiops nematodes
Current Species   nematodes
Current Genus   Stonogobiops
Current AuthorWI   Hoese [D. F.] & Randall [J. E.]
Current AuthorNI   Hoese & Randall
Current Year   1982
Current Family   Gobiidae
Current Subfamily  
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Habitat demersal        
Water Salt water
Habitat Notes Occurs in pairs and live symbiotically with @Alpheus randalli@. The pair hover above the burrow's entrance on dark sandy bottoms.
   
Distribution Indo-West Pacific: Seychelles, East Andaman Sea, to Philippines Palau and Ryukyu Islands.

Current Summary   Valid as Stonogobiops nematodes  Hoese & Randall 1982. Gobiidae: Gobiinae.
 
Name History   • Valid as Stonogobiops nematodes  Hoese & Randall 1982 -- (Iwata & Hirata 1994:189 [ref. 21443], Senou & Ren 1999:2 [ref. 24596], Suzuki et al. 1999:2 [ref. 24393], Myers 1999:241 [ref. 23965], Nakabo 2000:1224 [ref. 25182], Allen 2000:121 [ref. 25868], Larson & Murdy 2001:3599 [ref. 26293], Yoshino & Shimada 2001:408 [ref. 25786], Nakabo 2002:1224 [ref. 26193], Allen & Adrim 2003:60 [ref. 26830], Shibukawa 2009:286 [ref. 30449], Motomura et al. 2010:219 [ref. 31256], Allen & Erdmann 2012:882 [ref. 31980]).

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dracula Stonogobiops dracula Polunin [N. V. C.] & Lubbock [R.] 1977Valid
larsonae Stonogobiops larsonae (Allen [G. R.] 1999)Valid
medon Stonogobiops medon Hoese [D. F.] & Randall [J. E.] 1982Valid
pentafasciata Stonogobiops pentafasciata Iwata [A.] & Hirata [T.] 1994Valid
xanthorhinica Stonogobiops xanthorhinica Hoese [D. F.] & Randall [J. E.] 1982Valid
yasha Stonogobiops yasha Yoshino [T.] & Shimada [K.] 2001Valid
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