Re: NANFA-- Ellasoma? Check this out:

Edward Venn (
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 09:55:23 -0000

Some of the goby species are in a landlocked situation, others are brackish
water and many others live in mountain streams and lakes. Notice I didn't
mention Rhinogobius as they are just one of the groups that are present in
Japan. These gobies also take the ecological niche left vacant by many of
the smaller madtoms in US rivers and streams.

Tokyo Japan

>How many Japanese Rhinogobius have fry that has no need to return to the
>sea for
>development? For those who is interested Rhinogobius goby [and Schistura
>Nemacheilus loaches] are more or less the equivalent of darters in
>Southeast and
>East Asia.
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