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Synonyms:
   Sicydium obscurum 
   Tridentiger brevispinis 
   Tridentiger obscurum 
   Tridentiger obscurus (Threadfin goby) 

Broader Terms:
   Perciformes (perch-like fishes) 
   Sicydium (American rockclimbing gobies) 
   Tridentiger (chameleon gobies) 

More Specific:
   Tridentiger obscurus brevispinis 
   Tridentiger obscurus nudicervicus 
   Tridentiger obscurus obscurus 
 
 
Latest Articles on Tridentiger obscurus from uBioRSS
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Common Names: Cá B?ng ba chèo, Hodgepodge goby, Cá Bống ba chèo, темный трехзубый бычок, Chichibu, Temnyi trekhzubyi bychok, Threadfin goby, 暗缟鰕虎鱼, Dusky tripletooth goby, チチブ, 暗縞鰕虎魚



1.  Infection Status with Digenetic Trematode Metacercariae in Fishes from Coastal Lakes in Gangwon-do, Republic of Korea.LinkIT
Sohn WM, Na BK, Cho SH, Lee SW
The Korean journal of parasitology, 2019
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2.  Transfer of cyanobacterial carbon to a higher trophic-level fish community in a eutrophic lake food web: fatty acid and stable isotope analyses.LinkIT
Fujibayashi M, Okano K, Takada Y, Mizutani H, Uchida N, Nishimura O, Miyata N
Oecologia, 2018
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3.  Osteological Development of the Larvae and Juvenile of Trident Goby, Tridentiger obscurus.LinkIT
Hwang SY, Park JM, Lee SH, Han KH
Development & reproduction, 2018
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4.  Digestive Physiological Characteristics of the Gobiidae: - Characteristics of CCK-producing Cells and Mucus-secreting Goblet Cells of Stomach Fish and Stomachless Fish.LinkIT
Hur SW, Kim SK, Kim DJ, Lee BI, Park SJ, Hwang HG, Jun JC, Myeong JI, Lee CH, Lee YD
Development & reproduction, 2016
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5.  Multiregional introgressions inferred from the mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of a hybridizing species complex of gobiid fishes, genus Tridentiger.LinkIT
Mukai T, Naruse K, Sato T, Shima A, Morisawa M
Molecular biology and evolution, 1997
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6.  Survey for Gnathostoma nipponicum larvae in gobiid freshwater fish and infectivity of the larvae to a gobiid fish (Chaenogobius urotaenia).LinkIT
Oyamada T, Kudo N, Yoshikawa H, Oyamada T, Yoshikawa T, Suzuki N
The Journal of veterinary medical science, 1997
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7.  Coexistence of beta 1- and beta 2-adrenoceptors in the melanophore of the goby Tridentiger obscurus.LinkIT
Katayama H, Morishita F, Matushima O, Yamada K
Pigment cell research, 1990
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8.  Drinking induced by angiotensin II in fishes.LinkIT
Kobayashi H, Uemura H, Takei Y, Itatsu N, Ozawa M, Ichinohe K
General and comparative endocrinology, 1983
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