Red-cheeked Goby Rhinogobius duospilus

Red-cheeked Goby
Red-cheeked Goby
Red-cheeked Goby
The Red-cheeked Goby, also called White-cheeked and Dwarf Dragon Goby, is a freshwater goby native to streams of southern China and Vietnam.
Red-cheeked Goby
Red-cheeked Goby
Red-cheeked Goby
They grow to some 5cm long and have red mottling on their face and body. Males, which have red and white striped cheeks, build burrows out of stones for females to lay eggs.
Dragon Goby This variation, in territorial colours, is often called the Dwarf Dragon Goby. They show other colour and pattern variations. (The Dragon Goby name usually applies to the Violet Goby.)