Paragobiodon echinocephalus

Redhead Goby Paragobiodon echinocephalus photgraphed by Ned DeLoach

Our Coralgoby Year

January 11, 2021

If it hadn’t been for a bit of movement, we would have never seen the pair of coral gobies living inside a fortress of branches fashioning a soccer ball-sized mound of cauliflower coral. It would seem that a small, simple life, lived out in small, simple surroundings, would be simple, but like everything else in nature it’s delightfully not.

Redhead Coralgoby, Paragobiodon echinocephalus, Ambon

We’ll be back soon

May 1, 2014

We’re off the grid for a few weeks, diving in the land of coral gobies – aren’t they cute? We’ll try to post as soon as our boat comes in for provisioning, if we can find an Internet cafe. So don’t forget about us – check back soon for more fish fun.