clingfishes

All Noun
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  • Pherallodiscus is a genus of clingfishes native to the central eastern Pacific Ocean along the coast of Mexico.
  • Derilissus is a genus of clingfishes found in the western Atlantic Ocean.
  • Acyrtus is a genus of clingfishes found in the western Atlantic Ocean.
  • Acyrtops is a genus of clingfishes native to the western Atlantic Ocean.
  • Rimicola is a genus of clingfishes found along the coasts of the eastern Pacific Ocean.
  • Cochleoceps is a genus of clingfishes endemic to the waters around Australia.
  • Kopua is a genus of clingfishes found in the Pacific Ocean.
  • Conidens is a genus of clingfishes found in the Pacific Ocean.
  • Lepadogaster is a genus of clingfishes native to the eastern Atlantic Ocean extending into the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Lepadichthys is a genus of clingfishes native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
  • Aspasmogaster is a genus of clingfishes native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
  • Modicus is a genus of clingfishes endemic to the shores of New Zealand.
  • Sicyases is a genus of clingfishes native to the coasts of the southeastern Pacific Ocean.
  • Discotrema is a genus of clingfishes found on reefs in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
  • Alabes is a genus of clingfishes endemic to Australia along the coasts of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
  • Gobiesox is a genus of clingfishes found in the Americas.
  • The skin of clingfishes is smooth and scaleless, with a thick layer of protective mucus.
  • Clingfishes are fishes of the family Gobiesocidae, belonging to the order Gobiesociformes.
  • These include the clingfishes Apletodon incognitus and Lepadogaster candolii and the gobies, Gobius bucchichi, Zebrus zebrus and Millerigobius macrocephalus.
Root form of clingfishes is clingfish for the noun.

Meaning of clingfishes

  • noun Very small (to 3 inches) flattened marine fish with a sucking disc on the abdomen for clinging to rocks etc.