First report of dwarf goby (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Eviota) from the sponge, Coelocarteria singaporensis from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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Acknowledgments

Thanks are due to Dr. Muhammad Abdul Wahab, Dr. Dave Abdo and Dr. Steve Whalan for collecting the sponges; Dr. John Hooper and Dr. Merrick Ekins for providing support and facilities in Queensland Museum; Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, Queensland Museum, and Dr. K. K. Joshi, Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute for identifying the fish and providing the diagnostic features of the genus. The author declares that the experiments comply with the current laws of the Australian Government.

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George, A.M. First report of dwarf goby (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Eviota) from the sponge, Coelocarteria singaporensis from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Ichthyol Res (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10228-021-00801-w

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