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Peacock gudgeon

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The Peacock gudgeon, also known as Peacock goby, Tateurndina ocellicauda is a tropical fish belonging to the Tateurndina genus of the Eleotridae (Sleepers) family, Eleotrinae subfamily. This fish inhabits rivers and ponds in Eastern Papua New Guinea. They like to form schools that hover over the bottom.

This is the only fish, and organism for that matter, in the Tateurndina genus.

Prior to spawning a pair selects and cleans a nest site, usually in a rocky crevice. Female deposits about 30 eggs. Male guards and fans the eggs. Eggs hatch in about 6 days. [1]

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