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Eviota dalyi, a new dwarfgoby from the Amirante Islands, Seychelles (Teleostei: Gobiidae)

Greenfield, David W.; Gordon, Luke

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  <dc:creator>Greenfield, David W.</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Gordon, Luke</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>A new species of dwarfgoby, Eviota dalyi, is described from three specimens collected in the Amirante Islands, Seychelles, in the western Indian Ocean. It is characterized by a cephalic sensory-canal pore pattern lacking only the IT pore (Pattern 2); a dorsal/anal-fin-ray formula of 8/7; 15 branched pectoral-fin rays; a fifth pelvic-fin ray; and long, white anterior narial tubes. The live color pattern is distinctive, not similar to any of the 116 other species of the genus, comprising bright red-and-white markings on the head and orange and yellow bars crossing the translucent body.</dc:description>
  <dc:source>Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation 33 9-15</dc:source>
  <dc:subject>Indian Ocean</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Eviota dalyi, a new dwarfgoby from  the Amirante Islands, Seychelles (Teleostei: Gobiidae)</dc:title>
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