gobiesox definition

  • noun:
    • the conventional genus of Gobisocidœ: so named from incorporating the extensive snout of a pike together with ventral sucker of a goby. The most typical US species is G. reticulatuts of California, about 6 inches long.
    • kind genus for the Gobiesocidae
    • The typical genus of Gobisocidœ: so called from combining the extensive snout of a pike while the ventral sucker of a goby. The most common United states species is G. reticulatuts of California, about 6 ins long.
    • The typical genus of Gobisocidœ: so called from combining the extended snout of a pike and the ventral sucker of a goby. The commonest American species is G. reticulatuts of California, about 6 inches long.
    • type genus regarding the Gobiesocidae
    • kind genus for the Gobiesocidae
    • the normal genus of Gobisocidœ: so named from combining the extended snout of a pike while the ventral sucker of a goby. The most typical United states types is G. reticulatuts of California, about 6 ins very long.
    • kind genus regarding the Gobiesocidae
    • The typical genus of Gobisocidœ: so called from combining the extended snout of a pike and the ventral sucker of a goby. The commonest American species is G. reticulatuts of California, about 6 inches long.
    • The typical genus of Gobisocidœ: so called from combining the extensive snout of a pike and also the ventral sucker of a goby. The most common US types is G. reticulatuts of Ca, about 6 ins long.
    • kind genus associated with the Gobiesocidae
    • kind genus of this Gobiesocidae
    • The typical genus of Gobisocidœ: so called from incorporating the extensive snout of a pike while the ventral sucker of a goby. The most typical United states species is G. reticulatuts of Ca, about 6 inches long.
    • type genus of this Gobiesocidae

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