Tridentiger goby species


  • Usually occurs singly.


  • Body yellowish.
  • Two dark brown horizontal stripes on body. One of the stripes begins at upper edge of eye and ends at upper caudal fin base. T, the other begins from of snout, crosses through eye and ends at caudal fin base. Both stripes end with a black dot. A species in this genus, the Bare-naped goby has only one black stripe from snout to caudal peduncle.
  • No white dots on cheek, which are present in another species in this genus, the Chameleon goby. Which are present in similar looking Tridentiger trigonocephalus.

Common Name: Tridentiger goby species

Family Common Name: Gobies

Family: Gobiidae

Scientific Name: Tridentiger spp.___

Maximum Length: Not Applicable