Girdled Goby

Nesogobius maccullochi Hoese & Larson, 2006

A small sandy to grey coloured fish with scattered white and brown flecks; a black bar from eye across middle of jaws; a black vertical bar from eye to just behind rear end of jaw; vertical bar on gill cover; midside with 4-6 horizontally elongate dark brown spots; a round black spot at rear end of caudal peduncle, followed by and often connected to black vertical mark at tail base.

How to identify Nesogobius maccullochi?

What habitats does Nesogobius maccullochi live in?

Often found in sandy tidal pools along the beach and estuaries, in depths of 0-5 m

What is the distribution of Nesogobius maccullochi?

Mostly south-eastern Australia including around Tasmania

How big does Nesogobius maccullochi grow?

Can grow to around 90mm

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