GOBIES - GOBIIDAE
General:
Most are cryptic bottom dwelling carnivores of small benthic invertebrates; others are planktivores. Some the the very smallest fish species are gobies. Some species have symbiotic relationships with invertebrates (e.g. shrimps) and others are known to remove ecto-parasites from other fishes.

Typically nest spawners with non-spherical eggs guarded by the male.

Pelvic fins fused into an adhesive disc, when well developed. Spinous dorsal present or absent; when present with 2-8 flexible spines and discontinuous with soft dorsal. Cycloid or ctenoid scales almost always present. Prominent head barbels present in some species.
Etymology
Latin, gobius = goby
SHARKNOSE GOBY
Elacatinus evelynae
MASKED/ GLASS GOBY
Coryphopterus personatus/ hyalinus
COLON GOBY
Coryphopterus dicrus
BRIDLED GOBY
Coryphopterus glaucofraenum
CRESTED GOBY
Lophogobius cyprinoides
GOLDSPOT GOBY
Gnatholepis thompsoni