A new species of gobiid fish, Cristatogobius rubripectoralis, from Australia
This species is distinguishable from other species of the gobiid genus Cristatogobius in having a higher number of scales in a longitudinal row and in a transverse row and a rounded caudal fin.
Reexamination of the status of the striped goby
The striped goby was characterized by having more than 50 scales in a longitudinal row and 2 black longitudinal bands from the head to the tail and can be classified into 2 separate species, T. trigonocephalus and T. bifasciatus.
The Trained Sniffer Dog Could Accurately Detect the Urine Samples from the Patients with Cervical Cancer, and Even Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia Grade 3: A Pilot Study
This study showed that cancer detection by dog sniffing can be a non-invasive, cost-effective screening technique for cervical cancer.
New Record of the Gobiid Fish Feia nympha from Japan and Comments on Its Unique Cephalic Sensory Papillae Rows
Cabillus atripelvicus, a new species of gobiid fish from the Ogasawara Islands, with a key to species of the genus
- J. Randall, Katsuichi Sakamoto, Kōichi Shibukawa
- Environmental Science, BiologyIchthyological Research
- 24 February 2007
Cabillus atripelvicus is distinguished from the four other described species of the genus by its high count of 18–20 pectoral rays, presence of median predorsal scales, longer pECToral fins, and distinctive color pattern, including black pelvic fins.