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    JoshJensen commented on "Video":

    @Gianluca Polgar: I'm no expert either, and now I'm really confused. I was looking at the pictures in Gerry Allen and Mark Erdmann's "Reef Fishes of the East Indies" 3 volume set, it looks like A. stethophthalmus, the location where I filmed it (Raja Ampat) fits their notes - then looking at other books, it looks a lot like bynoensis too - as Allen and Erdmann note they are closely related. The black spot on the tail base is missing or not prominent so my best guess is stethophthalmus.

    about 2 years ago

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    JoshJensen commented on "Video":

    @Gianluca Polgar: Of course, my mistake - I was thinking all mudskippers were Apocryptes. Periophthalmus seems to be the main genus down here.

    about 2 years ago

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    JoshJensen commented on "Video":

    @Gianluca Polgar: No worries. I don't have any Apocryptes in my catalog so I don't know how it got there - I have no idea how the database side of things works. BTW do you know if we should get any Apocryptes spp. as far south as Noosa(about half way down) on the East coast of Australia?

    about 2 years ago

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    JoshJensen commented on "Video":

    My apologies, this fish is Amblygobius stethophthalmus (Freckled goby) - a closely related species. Thanks Gianluca Polgar for catching the error. Cheers, Josh

    about 2 years ago

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    JoshJensen commented on "Video":

    My apologies, this fish is Amblygobius stethophthalmus (Freckled goby) - a closely related species. Thanks Gianluca Polgar for catching the error. Cheers, Josh

    about 2 years ago