Canary Islands, Madeira, Azores
A small goby that inhabits crevices in rocky outcrops. Generally
found in 10-30 meters. Found in the Canary Islands and Madeira
Slightly larger in size than C. britoi. Inhabits crevices in
rock out crops. Found only in the Canary Islands.
A medium sized goby that inhabits burrows in sand under rocks.
A recent emigrant to the Canay Islands and Madeira.
Five species of Gobius are in the area. G.
Two species are documented from the area L. guilleti and L.
scorpioides. Both are very rare and small gobies.
are found in the area.
L. heterofasciatus and
are very rare and found in deep water.
This species in endemic to the Canary Islands and Madeira. It
inhabits tidepools and shallow subtidal areas.
Two species are found in the area P.
microps and P.
pictus. They are found in open sandy areas and in tidepools
This species inhabits caves with sandy bottoms.
Two species are found in the area, V.
canariensis and V.
pruvoti. Both inhabit areas of sand with loose rocks.
V. canariensis in found from 10 m to 50 m and V. pruvoti in deep
waters below 60 meters.