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Download/Embed scientific diagram | Feeding protocol of barber goby Elacatinus figaro during larviculture. from publication: Production of juvenile barber goby. Small, slender goby with a bright yellow stripe along a black back onto tail fin, and a white underside. A cleaner goby, which cleans other fish, from species as. Sazima, I., R.L. Moura & R.S. Rosa, Elacatinus figaro sp. n. (Perciformes: Gobiidae) a new cleaner goby from the coast of Brazil. Aqua.
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Atividade de limpeza e clientes de Elacatinus figaro Pisces: Cleaning activity and fish clients of Elacatinus figaro Pisces: Os clientes mais frequentes de E.
Os tamanhos dos clientes de E. Cleaner fishes remove ectoparasites, injured tissue, mucus and scales from the body surface of other fishes.
This behavior is important for the maintenance and health of reef fish species. In the Brazilian coast there are 24 cleaner fish species, with Elacatinus figaro a goby endemic to Brazil being recognized as one of the most specialized.
A total of 21 species belonging to 11 families were recorded, with 15 species of clients The most frequent clients recorded were grunts Haemulidae; Cleaning activity started between 05hh28 AM and ended between 5hh25 PM.
Size of elacainus ranged cm total length and most individuals were medium-sized cm.
No Brasil existem diversos estudos sobre animais limpadores, como peixes e. Algumas vezes o tamanho do cliente foi estimado usando o tamanho do limpador que estava interagindo com o cliente.
Os clientes de E. Os menores clientes de E. Clepticus parra em St.
WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Elacatinus figaro Sazima, Moura & Rosa,
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Elacatinus figaro – Wikispecies
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