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Elacatinus is a genus of small marine gobies, often known collectively as the neon gobies. Although only one species, E. oceanops, is technically the "neon goby," because of their similar appearance, other members of the genus are generally labeled neon gobies, as well. Except for a single East Pacific species, all reside in warmer parts of the West Atlantic, including the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. They are known for engaging in symbiosis with other marine creatures by providing them cleaning service that consists of getting rid of ectoparasites on their bodies. In return, Elacatinus species obtain their primary source of food, ectoparasites.

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  • نيون جوبي
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  • نيون جوبي (باللاتينية: Elacatinus)، (بالإنجليزية: neon gobie) هو جنس الجوبى البحرية، موطنه الاصلي الشعاب المرجانية الاستوائية في خليج المكسيك من تكساس حتى هندوراس البريطانية.
  • Elacatinus és un gènere de peixos de la família dels gòbids i de l'ordre dels perciformes.
  • Elacatinus es un género de peces de la familia de los Gobiidae en el orden de los perciformes.​
  • Elacatinus est un genre de poissons de la famille des Gobiidae, regroupant certaines des espèces de gobies, appelés Gobies néon en raison de leur écailles aux reflets métalliques.
  • Elacatinus is a genus of small marine gobies, often known collectively as the neon gobies. Although only one species, E. oceanops, is technically the "neon goby," because of their similar appearance, other members of the genus are generally labeled neon gobies, as well. Except for a single East Pacific species, all reside in warmer parts of the West Atlantic, including the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. They are known for engaging in symbiosis with other marine creatures by providing them cleaning service that consists of getting rid of ectoparasites on their bodies. In return, Elacatinus species obtain their primary source of food, ectoparasites.
  • Elacatinus – rodzaj ryb z rodziny babkowatych.
  • Elacatinus är ett släkte av fiskar. Elacatinus ingår i familjen smörbultsfiskar.
  • Die Grundeln der Gattung Elacatinus leben in den Korallenriffen der Karibik, des Golfes von Mexiko und an der Pazifikküste Mittelamerikas. Es sind schlanke, kleine, meist nur drei bis vier Zentimeter lange Fische. Ein weiterer Teil der Arten, darunter E. chancei, E. horsti, E. louisae, E. tenox und E. xanthiprora lebt in Röhrenschwämmen und ernähren sich hauptsächlich von dem kleinen Borstenwurm Syllis spongicola, der als Parasit die Schwämme besiedelt.
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