Spotted Green Goby

Spotted Green Goby (acentrogobius viridipunctatus)

spotted green goby

The Spotted Green Goby is one of the smaller fish species that occur in Thailand with a wide range of distribution stretching from Japan to New Guinea and East Africa.
The Green spotted Goby or acentrogobius viridipunctatus is an amphidromous fish species which mainly inhabits coastlines and estuaries but can also be found in freshwater environments.
In Thailand the Spotted Green Goby is found throughout the Chaophraya and mekong Delta regions such as the Maeklong River in Samut Songkran.
This Thai fish species has a slim streamlined body similar to a gudgeon with minute translucent scaling covering its entire body.
The flanks of the Spotted Green Goby are interspersed with vibrant green spots giving the fish a distinct appearance.
Spotted Green Goby can be caught at most tidal rivers in Thailand when fishing with very light tackle in the edge of the river.


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