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Sicyopus zosterophorus

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    Matt
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    Anyone out there with practical experience of this species?

    #348925

    Ferrika
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    If you mean Sicyopus zosterophorum, then yes. :-)
    What exactly do you want to know?

    The gobies are carnivorous, they like strong flow, the males are quite territorial with each other. Cool, at about 22-24 ° C, flat and high stones for soil structure with calming zones, and the pool is perfect.

    The increase has not yet been worked out.

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    That’s perfect, thanks Jutta!

    I’ve emailed Philippe Keith about the specific name because both CAS and Fishbase, plus the majority of authors in the last decade, have it listed as S. zosterophorus, whereas S. zosterophorum seems to be used in the hobby…

    #348928

    Ferrika
    Participant

    Hi Matt,

    that’s, what I found in CAS

    balinense, Sicydium Bleeker [P.] 1856:297 [Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch Indië v. 12; ref. 355] Boleling, Bali, Indonesia. Syntypes: RMNH 4766 (2). Type information: Roberts 1993:44 [ref. 21799]. Watson 1995:81 [ref. 21675] acts as first reviser selecting Sicydium zosterophorum Bleeker 1856 over Sicydium balinense Bleeker 1856 •Valid as Sicyopus balinense (Bleeker 1856) — (Allen 1991:196 [ref. 21090], Maugé et al. 1992:228 [ref. 19910]). •Valid as Sicyopus balinensis (Bleeker 1856) — (Kottelat et al. 1993:153 [ref. 23448]). •Synonym of Sicyopus zosterophorum (Bleeker 1856) — (Watson 1995:87 [ref. 21675], Watson 1999:97 [ref. 24143]). Current status: Synonym of Sicyopus zosterophorum (Bleeker 1856). Gobiidae: Sicydiinae. Distribution: Indonesia. Habitat: marine.

     

    zosterophorum, Sicydium Bleeker [P.] 1856:296 [Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch Indië v. 12; ref. 355] Boleling, northern Bali, Indonesia. Holotype (unique): RMNH 4462. •Valid as Sicyopus zosterophorum [or zosterophorus] (Bleeker 1856) — (Akihito in Masuda et al. 1984:284 [ref. 6441], Kawanabe & Mizuno 1989:632 [ref. 25598], Maugé et al. 1992:228 [ref. 19910], Kottelat et al. 1993:153 [ref. 23448], Watson 1995:87 [ref. 21675], Allen 1991:197 [ref. 21090], Watson 1999:97 [ref. 24143], Watson & Allen 1999:114 [ref. 24140], Nakabo 2000:1159 [ref. 25182], Watson et al. 2001:42 [ref. 25349], Larson & Murdy 2001:3603 [ref. 26293], Sakai et. al. 2001:119 [ref. 25693] as zosterophorus, Nakabo 2002:1159 [ref. 26193], Keith et al. 2002:188 [ref. 26363], Watson & Kottelat 2006:121 [ref. 28766], Yonezawa et al. 2010:258 [ref. 30902] as zosterophorus, Keith et al. 2011:2726 [ref. 31651] as zosterophorum). Current status: Valid as Sicyopus zosterophorus (Bleeker 1856). Gobiidae: Sicydiinae. Distribution: Asia and Oceania. Habitat: freshwater, brackish, marine.

     

     

    You’re right, the S. zosterophrum are marine. I need to correct urgently on my side.

    One learns from before! :-)

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