This week we feature the incredible Pacific Leaping Blenny and show movie footage of a very lively Spikefin Goby in an aquarium. We farewell Justine our 'metal tag worker' and ask the question "Why don't anemonefishes get stung?".
This embedded video shows a Spikefin Goby in an aquarium. The species was described in 1978 by Hoese and Fourmanoir. The standard Australian name for the species is Spikefin Goby not Flaming Prawn Goby as written on the video frame.
Juvenile Dusky Whalers have once again been sighted in the Shelly Beach/Fairy Bower area of Sydney. Following on from sightings in 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2009, Gaetan Guilhon emailed to say that he had filmed juveniles in the same area on 28 May 2011. View his embedded video below.