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  • Marine Biodiversity Records, Volume 2
  • July 2009, e135

First record of the rare gobiid fish Gobius couchi in the Ligurian Sea (north-western Mediterranean)

  • Ha Trieu Hung Liu (a1) (a2), Harald Ahnelt (a1), Giovanni A.C. Balma (a3) and Giovanni B. Delmastro (a3)
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The first record of Gobius couchi for the Ligurian Sea and the second record of this rare gobiid fish for the western Mediterranean are reported.

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Correspondence should be addressed to: H. Ahnelt, University of Vienna, Department of Theoretical Biology, Althanstrasse 14, A-1090, Vienna, Austria email:
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J. Herler , R.A. Patzner , H. Ahnelt and H. Hilgers (1999) Habitat selection and ecology of two speleophilic gobiid fishes (Pisces: Gobiidae) from the western Mediterranean Sea. PSZN Marine Ecology 20, 4962.

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S. Stefanni and C. Mazzoldi (1999) The presence of Couch's goby in the Mediterranean Sea. Journal of Fish Biology 54, 11281131.

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