Clingfishes and Singleslits: Gobiesocoidei
Clingfishes eat algae, body parts of sea urchins, small fishes, and small invertebrates (in-VER-teh-brehts), or are animals without backbones. Some are cleaner fishes that remove parasites from other fishes. Singleslits feed mainly on small, bottom-dwelling invertebrates. Algae (AL-jee) are plantlike growths that live in water and have no true roots, stems, or leaves. Parasites (PAIR-uh-sites) are animals or plants that live on other animals or plants without helping them and often harming them.
- Clingfishes and Singleslits: Gobiesocoidei - Behavior And Reproduction
- Clingfishes and Singleslits: Gobiesocoidei - Habitat
- Other Free Encyclopedias
Animal Life ResourceFish and Other Cold-Blooded VertebratesClingfishes and Singleslits: Gobiesocoidei - Physical Characteristics, Habitat, Diet, Behavior And Reproduction, Sonora Clingfish (tomicodon Humeralis): Species Account - GEOGRAPHIC RANGE, CLINGFISHES AND SINGLESLITS AND PEOPLE, CONSERVATION STATUS