The Yellow Clown Goby is a small, brightly-coloured species of fish that makes its home in branched corals.
"These yellow fish have long, skinny bodies that lack scales and small pelvic fins that are actually sucker pads. They can be seen year-round in the branched coral of Manoa Lai."
"This small yellow fish has no scales, and its pelvic fins have evolved into suction pads. It lives in the branches of Acropora corals in groups of up to several dozen.
[It’s all relative]
This little fish is big compared to other members of the genus Gobiodon. There is a genus of even smaller fish within the genus, Pandaka, some of which only measure .5 in. long. There are even smaller fish in the world; the smallest is a relative of the carp that measures only .3 in."
The Yellow Clown Goby can be found making its home under zoom-mode glows in branched corals all over the Manoa Lai Sea.
Endless Ocean: Blue World
These small fish can be found in branched corals all over Gatama Atoll, around coordinate areas B-2/4, C-5, D-6, F/G-3/4, and E-2.
They are a little shy, with a strong tendency to hide among the corals they make their home in, making them hard to focus on. They like being fed.
- The smallest fish mentioned in this creature's trivia is the genus Paedocypris.