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«1778 Bony Fishes Suborder GOBIOIDEI ELEOTRIDAE Sleepers by E.O. Murdy, National Science Foundation, Virginia, USA and D.F. Hoese, Australian Museum, ...»

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mouth at end of snout................................. ® 9 9a. Long, lateral cephalic canal with 4 pores; numerous elongate gill rakers on both arms of first gill arch............................... (Gobionellus) ® 10 9b. Short, lateral cephalic canal with only 2 pores; no gill rakers or lobes on upper arm of first gill arch, 4 or 5 gill rakers on lower arm, gill rakers short and triangulate..... (Ctenogobius) ® 11 10a. Total elements in second dorsal fin 13; total elements in anal fin 14; a large anterolateral splotch on the trunk beneath pectoral fin................. Gobionellus stomatus 10b. Total elements in second dorsal fin 14; total elements in anal fin 15; no spot beneath pectoral fin................................ Gobionellus oceanicus

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12a. Black circles on side of head; many green spots on side.......... Ctenogobius smaragdus 12b. No circular spots on side of head; about 5 round or elongate dark blotches along midside, some with diagonal marks extending upward to form V-shapes....... Ctenogobius boleosoma

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16a. Cheek with 3 dark broad vertical bars; laterally projecting, sometimes nearly horizontal, tusk-like canine tooth in middle of lower jaw............... Ctenogobius stigmaticus 16b. Cheek not as above; canine tooth present midlaterally in lower jaw of some species but not projecting laterally or horizontally............................ ® 17 17a. Broad strip of dark pigment crossing lower cheek from lower preopercular angle to just above the corner of the jaw; males often with elongate third spine in first dorsal fin and large recurved canine tooth midlaterally in lower jaw......... Ctenogobius pseudofasciatus 17b. Broad strip not present as described; males with or without elongate spine and large, midlateral canine tooth in lower jaw........................... ® 18 18a. Cheek pigmentation dominated by distinct suborbital bar that follows a vertical from lower rim of orbit to the corner of the jaw (in some populations only reaching a third of the distance to jaw)........................... Ctenogobius saepepallans 18b. Cheek pigmentation not dominated by suborbital bar described above, instead horizontal bar across midcheek from upper preopercular canal to corner of jaw or streak on snout from eye to midlateral portion of upper jaw may be more pronounced............ ® 19 19a. Caudal fin very elongate in both sexes (42 to 53% standard length in males, 39 to 50% in females); jaw long, extending to posterior margin of orbit in both sexes (13 to 16% standard length in males, 13 to 14% in females); dark, well-defined shoulder patch present (most prominent marking on trunk); V-shaped pattern of midlateral blotches with dorsal extensions frequently formed in adults.................... Ctenogobius phenacus 19b. Caudal fin moderately produced (to 44% standard length in males, to 39% in females); jaw long in males but not reaching posterior margin of orbit in females (only to 13% standard length); shoulder patch frequently present but rarely as dark as midlateral blotches;

V-shaped pattern not formed, only single dorsal arms may be present............ ® 20 20a. Pelvic fin in adult males dusky; in females, pelvic fin with bilateral streaks paralleling innermost ray coursing posteriorly from fin base; adult males typically with third spine of first dorsal fin elongate............................ Ctenogobius claytoni 20b. Pelvic fin in adult males with bilateral streaks paralleling innermost ray coursing posteriorly from fin base; pelvic fin of females without streaks; adult males lack elongate spine in first dorsal fin............................... Ctenogobius shufeldti Key to the genera of Sicydiinae occurring in the area Only a single genus of Sicydiine gobies is found in this region, that genus is Sicydium. Taxonomy is incompletely resolved in this genus and, thus, a key to the species of Sicydium is not yet available.

List of species occurring in the area GOBIINAE Barbulifer antennatus Böhlke and Robins, 1968. To 3 cm. Bahamas, Jamaica, Antilles.

Barbulifer ceuthoecus (Jordan and Gilbert, 1884). To 3 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to Central America and N South America.

Bathygobius curacao (Metzelaar, 1919). To 7.5 cm. Bermuda, Florida, and Bahamas to N South America.

Bathygobius mystacium Ginsburg, 1947. To 15 cm. Florida and Bahamas to Antilles and Central America.

Bathygobius soporator (Valenciennes, 1837). To 7.5 cm. North Carolina, Bermuda, Florida, Bahamas, and N Gulf of Mexico to SE Brazil.

Perciformes: Gobioidei: Gobiidae 1793 Bollmannia boqueronensis Evermann and Marsh, 1899. To 10 cm. S Florida to N South America.

Bollmannia communis Ginsburg, 1942. To 10 cm. S Florida and entire Gulf of Mexico.

Bollmannia eigenmanni (Garman, 1896). To 18 cm. S Florida and NE Gulf of Mexico.

Bollmannia litura Ginsburg, 1935. To 6 cm. Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic.

Chriolepis benthonis Ginsburg, 1953. To 3.5 cm. Yucatán.

Chriolepis fisheri Herre, 1942. To 2.5 cm. Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Barbados.





Chriolepis vespa Hastings and Bortone, 1981. To 4 cm. NE Gulf of Mexico.

Coryphopterus alloides Böhlke and Robins, 1960. To 4 cm. S Florida, Bahamas, and Belize.

Coryphopterus dicrus Böhlke and Robins, 1960. To 5 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to Antilles and Central America.

Coryphopterus eidolon Böhlke and Robins, 1960. To 6 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to Antilles.

Coryphopterus glaucofraenum Gill, 1863. To 7.5 cm. North Carolina and Bermuda to Brazil and Caribbean.

Coryphopterus hyalinus Böhlke and Robins, 1962. To 2.5 cm. Florida, Bahamas, Antilles, W Caribbean.

Coryphopterus lipernes Böhlke and Robins, 1962. To 3.2 cm. Florida Keys and Bahamas to Central America including Antilles.

Coryphopterus personatus (Jordan and Thompson, 1905). To 3.5 cm. Bermuda, Florida and Bahamas to Lesser Antilles and W Caribbean.

Coryphopterus punctipectophorus Springer, 1960. To 7.5 cm. Both coasts of S Florida and Alabama.

Coryphopterus thrix Böhlke and Robins, 1960. To 5 cm. S Florida and Bahamas.

Elacatinus atronasum (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 2.5 cm. Bahamas.

Elacatinus chancei (Beebe and Hollister, 1933). To 5 cm. Bahamas to Venezuela.

Elacatinus dilepis (Robins and Böhlke, 1964). To 2.5 cm. Bahamas, Grand Cayman, Lesser Antilles, Belize, and Colombia.

Elacatinus evelynae (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 4 cm. Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Antilles, and W Caribbean.

Elacatinus gemmatus (Ginsburg, 1939). To 2.5 cm. Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, Lesser Antilles, Belize to Colombia and Venezuela.

Elacatinus genie (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 4.5 cm. Bahamas and Cayman Islands.

Elacatinus horsti (Metzelaar, 1922). To 5 cm. S Florida, N Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Haiti, Belize, Nicaragua, Panama, and Curacao.

Elacatinus illecebrosus (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 4 cm. Mexico to Colombia.

Elacatinus louisae (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 3.8 cm. Bahamas, Grand Cayman, Colombia.

Elacatinus macrodon (Beebe and Tee-Van, 1928). To 5 cm. S Florida and Cuba to Haiti.

Elacatinus multifasciatus (Steindachner, 1876). To 5 cm. Bahamas, Cuba, Cayman Islands, Antilles, and Panama to Venezuela.

Elacatinus oceanops Jordan, 1904. To 5 cm. S Florida, Florida Keys, Texas, Yucatán, Belize.

Elacatinus pallens (Ginsburg, 1939). To 1.9 cm. Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Lesser Antilles, Belize, and Colombia.

Elacatinus prochilos (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 4 cm. N Gulf of Mexico, Jamaica, Lesser Antilles, Yucatán, and Belize.

Elacatinus randalli (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 4.6 cm. Puerto Rico, Lesser Antilles, and Venezuela.

Elacatinus saucrus (Robins, 1960). To 1.6 cm. Florida Keys, Bahamas, Jamaica, Virgin Islands, and Belize.

Elacatinus tenox (Böhlke and Robins, 1968). To 2.5 cm. Lesser Antilles, Panama.

Elacatinus xanthiprora (Böhlke and Robins, 1960). To 4 cm. Florida Keys, Dry Tortugas, Caribbean.

Elacatinus zebrellus (Robins, 1958). To 2.7 cm. Trinidad and Venezuela.

Evermannichthys convictor Böhlke and Robins, 1969, To 2 cm. Bahamas.

Evermannichthys metzelaari Hubbs, 1923. To 3 cm. North Carolina, Bahamas, NE Gulf of Mexico to Curacao, Colombia.

Evermannichthys silus Böhlke and Robins, 1969. To 2.5 cm. Bahamas.

Evermannichthys spongicola (Radcliffe, 1917). To 3 cm. North Carolina and NE Gulf of Mexico to Campeche.

Ginsburgellus novemlineatus (Fowler, 1950). To 2.5 cm. Bahamas to Central America and N South America.

1794 Bony Fishes Gobiosoma bosc (Lacepède, 1800). To 6 cm. Massachusetts to Florida, along the N coast of the Gulf of Mexico to Campeche.

Gobiosoma ginsburgi Hildebrand and Schroeder, 1928. To 6 cm. Massachusetts to S Florida.

Gohiosoma grosvenori (Robins, 1964). To 3 cm. SE Florida, Jamaica, Venezuela.

Gobiosoma hemigymnum (Eigenmann and Eigenmann, 1888). To 4.8 cm. West Indies.

Gobiosoma hildebrandi (Ginsburg, 1939). To 4 cm. Panama Canal.

Gobiosoma longipala Ginsburg, 1933. To 5 cm. Gulf coast of Florida to Mississippi.

Gobiosoma robustum Ginsburg, 1933. To 5 cm. E coast of Florida and entire Gulf of Mexico.

Gobiosoma schultzi (Ginsburg, 1944). To 2.5 cm. Venezuela.

Gobiosoma spes (Ginsburg, 1939). To 4.1 cm. Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Panama, Venezuela.

Gobiosoma spilotum (Ginsburg, 1939). To 3 cm. Panama.

Gobiosoma yucatanum Dawson, 1971. To 3 cm. Caribbean side of Yucatán Peninsula.

Gobulus myersi Ginsburg, 1939. To 15 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to Venezuela.

Lophogobius cyprinoides (Pallas, 1770). To 10 cm. Bermuda, Florida and Bahamas to Central America and N South America.

Lythrypnus crocodilus (Beebe and Tee-Van, 1928). To 2 cm. W Caribbean, Lesser and Greater Antilles, Bahamas.

Lythrypnus elasson Böhlke and Robins, 1960. To 2 cm. Bahamas, Cuba, Cayman Islands.

Lythrypnus heterochroma Ginsburg, 1939. To 2.5 cm. Bahamas, Cuba, Mexico, Belize.

Lythrypnus minimus Garzón and Acero, 1988. To 1.1 cm. Bahamas, Venezuela, Colombia.

Lythrypnus mowbrayi (Bean, 1906). To 2 cm. Bermuda.

Lythrypnus nesiotes Böhlke and Robins 1960. To 2 cm. S Florida and Bahamas, Antilles, N South America to the W Caribbean and Texas.

Lythrypnus okapia Robins and Böhlke, 1964. To 1.3 cm. Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Colombia.

Lythrypnus phorellus Böhlke and Robins 1960. To 2 cm. North Carolina to S Florida and Texas, Central America.

Lythrypnus spilus Böhlke and Robins, 1960. To 2.5 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to Greater Antilles.

Microgobius carri Fowler, 1945. To 7.5 cm. North Carolina and E Gulf of Mexico to Lesser Antilles.

Microgobius gulosus (Girard, 1858). To 7.5 cm. Florida to Texas.

Microgobius meeki Evermann and Marsh, 1899. To 5.4 cm. Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Brazil.

Microgobius microlepis Longley and Hildebrand, 1940. To 5 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to Yucatan and Belize.

Microgobius signatus Poey, 1876. To 6 cm. Antilles to Venezuela and Nicaragua.

Microgobius thalassinus (Jordan and Gilbert, 1883). To 4 cm. Maryland to Texas.

Nes longus (Nichols, 1914). To 10 cm. Bermuda, S Florida and Bahamas to Antilles, Venezuela, Panama, and Yucatán.

Palatogobius paradoxus Gilbert, 1971. To 3.5 cm. NE Gulf of Mexico to Lesser Antilles, Venezuela and Panama.

Pariah scotius Böhlke, 1969. To 3 cm. Bahamas.

Parrella macropteryx Ginsburg, 1939. To 8 cm. Cuba, Puerto Rico.

Priolepis hipoliti (Metzelaar, 1922). To 4 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to N South America.

Psilotris alepis Ginsburg, 1953. To 2.4 cm. Bahamas, Cuba, Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Honduras.

Psilotris amblyrhynchus Smith and Baldwin, 1999. To 4 cm, Belize.

Psilotris batrachodes Böhlke, 1963. To 1.9 cm. Bahamas, Cuba, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, Belize, Honduras, Colombia.

Psilotris boehlkei Greenfield, 1993. To 4 cm. Lesser Antilles.

Psilotris celsus Böhlke, 1963. To 5.1 cm. Bermuda, Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Colombia.

Psilotris kaufmani Greenfield, Findley, and Johnson 1993. To 4 cm, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Belize, Honduras.

Ptereleotris calliurus (Jordan and Gilbert, 1882). To 12.5 cm. North Carolina to S. Florida, and E Gulf of Mexico.

Ptereleotris helenae (Randall, 1968). To 12 cm. SE Florida and Bahamas, Caribbean including Antilles.

Pycnomma roosevelti Ginsburg, 1939. To 2.5 cm. Venezuela.

Risor ruber (Rosén, 1911). To 2.5 cm. Texas, S Florida and Bahamas to Antilles and Suriname.

Perciformes: Gobioidei: Gobiidae 1795 Robinsichthys arrowsmithensis Birdsong, 1988. To 3 cm. Yucatán.

Varicus bucca Robins and Böhlke, 1961. To 3 cm. Lesser Antilles.

Varicus imswe Greenfield, 1981. To 2 cm. Bahamas and Belize.

Varicus marilynae Gilmore, 1979. To 2.5 cm. Florida.

GOBIONELLINE

Awaous banana (Valenciennes, 1837). To 30 cm. Florida and Antilles to Central America and Brazil.

Awaous flavus (Valenciennes, 1837). To 10 cm. Colombia to Brazil.

Ctenogobius boleosoma (Jordan and Gilbert, 1882). To 7.5 cm. Maryland to Florida and Bahamas, and N Gulf of Mexico, W Caribbean to Brazil.

Ctenogobius claytoni (Meek, 1902). To 6 cm. Texas, Mexico.

Ctenogobius fasciatus Gill, 1858. To 7.2 cm. Dominica, Trinidad, Barbados, Costa Rica, Panama, Venezuela.

Ctenogobius phenacus (Pezold and Lasala, 1987). To 5 cm. Venezuela, Suriname, French Guiana.

Ctenogobius pseudofasciatus (Gilbert and Randall, 1971). To 6.6 cm. Florida, Belize, Costa Rica, Trinidad.

Ctenogobius saepepallens (Gilbert and Randall, 1968). To 5 cm. S Florida and Bahamas to Venezuela.

Ctenogobius shufeldti (Jordan and Eigenmann, 1887). To 8 cm. North Carolina to S Florida and Texas.

Ctenogobius smaragdus (Valenciennes, 1837). To 15 cm. North Carolina and Florida to Brazil.

Ctenogobius stigmaticus (Poey, 1860). To 8 cm. South Carolina and NE Gulf of Mexico to Brazil.

Ctenogobius stigmaturus (Goode and Bean, 1882). To 6.5 cm. Florida to Key West.

Ctenogobius thoropsis (Pezold and Gilbert, 1987). To 5.5 cm. Suriname, Brazil.



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