Image: Krefft's Frillgoby, Bathygobius krefftii

Krefft's Frillgoby, Bathygobius krefftii

A Krefft's Frillgoby at a depth of 0.5 m, Minamurra River, New South Wales, November 2010.

Sascha Schulz
© Sascha Schulz


Australian Museum Goby specialist Dr Doug Hoese stated that "The colouration and pattern of the species is variable and you rarely see two that are the same. The critical things is that upside down V anteriorly and the hook mark on the end of the caudal peduncle".

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Tags fishes, ichthyology, Krefft's Frillgoby, Bathygobius krefftii, Gobiidae,