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Signal Goby - Signigobius biocellatus Pulau Abadi, Lembeh.<br />
These cool gobies actually walk on these slipper-like dark blue fins. There was a couple together. I share anotehr pic of the couple below:<br />
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Signal Goby - Signigobius biocellatus

Pulau Abadi, Lembeh.
These cool gobies actually walk on these slipper-like dark blue fins. There was a couple together. I share anotehr pic of the couple below:

Signal Goby - Signigobius biocellatus Pulau Abadi, Lembeh.<br />
Here is the 'walking' couple Crab-eyed Goby,Signigobius biocellatus

    comments (4)

  1. Whoa, so awesome! They remind me of butterflies. Posted one month ago
    1. yes, they swivel on their feet :-) Posted one month ago
      1. The things you see are amazing <3. Posted one month ago
        1. Likewise! :=D Posted one month ago

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''Signigobius biocellatus'', the Twin-spot Goby or Crab-eyed Goby, is a species of goby native to the Western Pacific Ocean where they can be found in areas of sand, silt in lagoons, or coastal bays with nearby cover such as rubble, coral, or leaf litter. They can be found at depths of from 1 to 30 metres . This species can reach a length of 10 centimetres SL. It can also be found in the aquarium trade. It is currently the only known member of its genus.

Similar species: Perch-like Fishes
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded May 16, 2019. Captured May 31, 2018 02:40 in Unnamed Road, Papusungan, Lembeh Sel., Kota Bitung, Sulawesi Utara, Indonesia.
  • TG-5
  • f/6.3
  • 1/200s
  • ISO200
  • 18mm