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 GOBY
Coryphopterus personatus
COLON GOBY
Coryphopterus dicrus
BRIDLED GOBY
Coryphopterus glaucofraenum
CRESTED GOBY
Lophogobius cyprinoides
GOLDSPOT GOBY
Gnatholepis thompsoni
RUSTY GOBY
Priolepis hipolti
SHORTSTRIPE GOBY
Elacatinus chancei
SAND CANYON GOBY
Coryphopterus bol
PALLID GOBY
Coryphopterus  eilodon
CHECKERBOARD FRILLFIN
Bathygobius lacertus