Bryaninops loki (Larson, 1985)

Common Name: 
Loki Whip Goby
Distribution: 

Common in Solitary Islands Marine Park. Widespread throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific. In Australia recorded from Exmouth in Western Australia, northern Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef, south to northern New South Wales and Lord Howe Island.

Ecological Notes: 

Only known to live on seawhips and gorgonian corals.

Additional Notes: 

Small species which is virtually transparent, taking on the colour of its host. Grows to 30 mm.

References: 

FishBase. Froese, R. and D. Pauly. Editors. 2018. World Wide Web electronic publication. http://fishbase.ca/summary/Bryaninops-loki.html. Accessed 28/04/18.