The status for Amoya brevirostris is long being uncertain, partly due to lack of coloration information. It seems that the holotype inspected by Gther( Gobius brevirostris Gther, BMNH 2005.10.3.1) had lost its coloration when it reached the researcher, because in the original description, the author only mentioned: Uniform brownish-olive(in spirits); the second dorsal with series [...]
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No pain, no gain, I believe that. Today, when I was waken up by the alarm clock. In the new semester, our research project on gobies will go on. And on every Sunday (special for this week since we don’t have classes on Sat.), the team members will collect specimens from the 4 chosen locations. [...]