Amblygobius rainfordi

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  1. tyrano34

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    Hello I know that I walk through the world of forums we can find revelations about our fish, so I break it matters even if you can not answer tell me about your experience, thank you for your help.

    reproduction, dimorphism?
     
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    Never tried to breed them, but that is a very pretty fish:)
     
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    Amblygobius rainfordi (Whitley, 1940)
    Family: Gobiidae (Gobies), subfamily: Gobiinae picture (Amrai_u5.jpg) by Brett, O.J.

    | Native range | All suitable habitat | PointMap | Year 2050 |

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    Amblygobius rainfordi AquaMaps Data sources: GBIF OBIS
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    Order: Perciformes (perch-likes)
    Class: Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes)
    FishBase name: Old glory
    Max. size: 8.5 cm SL (male/unsexed; (Ref. 48637))
    Environment: reef-associated; marine; depth range ? - 30 m (Ref. 27115), usually 3 - 30 m (Ref. 27115)
    Climate: tropical; 22 – 30°C (Ref. 27115); 19°N - 24°S
    Importance: fisheries: of no interest; aquarium: commercial
    Resilience: High, minimum population doubling time less than 15 months(Preliminary K or Fecundity.)
    Vulnerability: Low vulnerability (24.92). (Ref. 59153)
    Distribution:
    Gazetteer Western Pacific: Philippines south to Rowley Shoals and the southern Great Barrier Reef and east to Fiji (Ref. 37816). Recently reported from Tonga (Ref. 53797).
    Morphology: Dorsal spines (total): 7; Dorsal soft rays (total): 11; Anal spines: 1; Anal soft rays: 11
    Biology: Inhabits sandy and muddy bottoms of turbid coastal reefs (Ref. 1602) to depths pf 20m (Ref. 48637). Does not appear to use a burrow and seen in areas with coral growth (Ref. 1602).
    Red List Status: Not Evaluated (Ref. 57073)
    Dangerous: harmless
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    Main Ref: Randall, J.E., G.R. Allen and R.C. Steene. 1990 . (Ref. 2334)
     
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