|Drawing by Dr Tony Ayling|
Eleotris radiata Valenciennes 1837
Graham's gudgeon, Grahamichthys radiata, is a species of goby of the family Thalasseleotrididae, the only member of the genus Grahamichthys. This species is found in rock pools and in the neritic zone, to 50 metres (160 ft) in depth, where sand or mud is lies around and partially buries rocks, shells, or other objects. It is unusual for a goby, in that it lives in loose schools. The generic name is a compound formed from the surname Graham in honour of David H. Graham who wrote A Treasury of New Zealand Fishes which was published in 1953 and therefore is an allusion to this taxon being endemic to New Zealand and the Greek ichthys meaning "fish".
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- Helen K. Larson (2011). "Introduction". In Patzner, R.; J.L. Van Tassell; M. Kovacic (eds.). The Biology of Gobies. Verlag Science Publishers. ISBN 1-57808-436-9.
- Christopher Scharpf & Kenneth J. Lazara (26 July 2017). "Order GOBIIFORMES: Families RHYACICHTHYIDAE, ODONTOBUTIDAE, MILYERINGIDAE, ELEOTRIDAE, BUTIDAE and THALASSELEOTRIDIDAE". The ETYFish Project Fish Name Etymology Database. Christopher Scharpf and Kenneth J. Lazara. Retrieved 28 July 2018.
- "Grahamichthys radiata". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 19 March 2006.
- Tony Ayling & Geoffrey Cox, Collins Guide to the Sea Fishes of New Zealand, (William Collins Publishers Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand 1982) ISBN 0-00-216987-8
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