Gobiomorpharia

 Blackmouth bass Synagrops bellus, copyright NOAA.

Belongs within: Acanthomorphata.
Contains: Eleotridae, Butidae, Gobionellidae, Gobiidae, Amia, Apogoninae.

The Gobiomorpharia are a diverse clade of fishes united by the presence of sensory papillae rows on the head and body, and by the production of adhesive eggs (Thacker 2009). In the nurseryfish Kurtus gulliveri, these eggs are attached in a cluster to a hook protruding from the supraoccipital of males. The cardinalfishes of the Apogonidae are mostly small, often colourful fishes with large mouths found in warmer waters.

<==GobiomorphariaB-RB13
    |--Gobiiformes [Gobioidea, Gobioidei]B-RB13
    |    |  i. s.: ChasmichthysB96
    |    |         Chaparrudo flavescensCS77
    |    |         Pirskenius [Pirskeniidae]G88
    |    |           `--P. diatomaceus Obrhelova 1961P93
    |    |         YongeichthysMWW89
    |    |           |--Y. caninus (Cuvier & Valenciennes 1837)GM90
    |    |           |--Y. criniger (Cuvier & Valenciennes 1837)GM90
    |    |           `--Y. tomasiMWW89
    |    |--+--EleotridaeB-RB13
    |    |  `--+--ButidaeT09
    |    |     `--+--GobionellidaeT09
    |    |        `--GobiidaeB-RB13
    |    `--+--RhyacichthyidaeT09
    |       |    |--ProtogobiusT11
    |       |    |--TerateleotrisT11
    |       |    `--Rhyacichthys Boulenger 1901 (see below for synonymy)H27
    |       |         `--R. aspro (Kuhl & van Hasselt in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836)H27 (see below for synonymy)
    |       `--Odontobutidae [Odontobutoidei]B-RB13
    |            |  i. s.: MicropercopsT11
    |            |--Milyeringa Whitley 1945T09, TP86
    |            |    |--M. justitia Larson, Humphreys & Stevens 2013HA13
    |            |    `--M. veritas Whitley 1945TP86
    |            `--+--Percottus glenni Dybowski 1877T09, SE08
    |               `--Odontobutis Bleeker 1874T09, H27
    |                    |--O. obscura (Schlegel 1847) [=Eleotris obscura, O. obscurus]H27
    |                    `--O. potamophilaT09
    `--KurtiformesB-RB13
         |--KurtusT09 [KurtidaeB-RB13, Kurtoidei]
         |    |--K. gulliveri [=Cyrtus gulliveri]RD-O86
         |    `--K. indicusND13
         `--Apogonidae [Apogonichthyidae, Apogonoidei, Chilodipteridae]B-RB13
              |  i. s.: PhaeoptyxND13
              |           |--P. conkliniM83
              |           `--P. pigmentariaND13
              |         Zoramia graeffii (Günther 1873) [=Apogon graeffii; incl. Amia nematacantha Fowler 1931]M58
              |         Yarica hyalosoma (Bleeker 1852) (see below for synonymy)M58
              |         Aspiscis bandanensis (Bleeker 1854) [=Apogon bandanensis]M58
              |         GronovichthysG75
              |           |--G. atripes [incl. Amia nigripes]G75
              |           `--G. aureusG75
              |         GlossamiaAC90
              |           |--G. aprion (Richardson 1842) [=Apogon aprion]M58
              |           |    |--G. a. aprionG75
              |           |    `--G. a. gilliG75
              |           |--G. gjellerupi (Weber & de Beaufort 1929) [=Apogon gjellerupi; incl. A. abo Herre 1936]AC90
              |           `--G. wichmanniAC90
              |         KurtamiaT09
              |         Cercamia eremia (Allen 1987)MM09
              |         Astrapogon stellatusND13
              |         AmiaJR10
              |         MionorusJR10
              |           |--M. glagaJR10
              |           `--M. mydrus Jordan & Seale 1905JR10
              |         Apogonidarum weinbergeri Sieber & Weinfurter 1967P93
              |         Apogonops Ogilby 1896O96
              |           `--*A. anomalus Ogilby 1896O96
              |         VincentiaN91
              |           |--V. conspersaN91
              |           `--V. punctataN91
              |--ApogoninaeS61
              |--Siphamia Weber 1909 [Siphamiinae]S61
              |    |--*S. tubifer Weber 1909S61
              |    |--S. argyrogaster (Weber 1856) [=Apogon argyrogaster]M58
              |    |--S. cephalotes (Castelnau 1875)H90
              |    |--S. cuneiceps (Whitley 1941)BR90
              |    `--S. mossambica Smith 1955S61
              |--SynagropinaeS61
              |    |--Bentuviaichthys Smith 1961S61
              |    |    `--*B. nigrimentum Smith 1961S61
              |    `--Synagrops Gunther 1887S61 [incl. ParascombropsR13]
              |         |--*S. japonicus (Steindachner & Doederlein 1884) (see below for synonymy)S61
              |         |--S. bellusSC07
              |         |--S. microlepisS61
              |         `--S. philippinensis (Gunther 1880) [=Acropoma philippinensis; incl. S. malayanus Weber 1913]S61
              `--PseudamiinaeS61
                   |--Pseudamia Bleeker 1865S61
                   |    |--*P. polystigma (Bleeker 1859) [=Cheilodipterus polystigma]S61
                   |    `--P. gelatinosa Smith 1955S61
                   |--Pseudamiops Smjith 1954 [incl. Lachneria Smith 1954]S61
                   |    |--*P. pellucidus Smith 1954S61
                   |    `--P. gracilicauda (Lachner 1953) [=Gymnapogon gracilicauda, *Lachneria gracilicauda]S61
                   `--Gymnapogon Regan 1905S61
                        |--*G. japonicus Regan 1905S61
                        `--G. africanus Smith 1954S61

Rhyacichthys Boulenger 1901 [incl. Platyptera Kuhl & Van Hasselt in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836 non Meigen 1803]H27

Rhyacichthys aspro (Kuhl & van Hasselt in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1836)H27 [=Platyptera asproH27; incl. Rhiacichthys novaeguineae Boulenger 1903M58, P. sinensis Bleeker 1873H27]

*Synagrops japonicus (Steindachner & Doederlein 1884) [=Melanostoma japonicum; incl. S. natalensis Gilchrist 1922]S61

Yarica hyalosoma (Bleeker 1852) [=Apogon hyalosoma; incl. A. armatus Thiollière 1857, A. thermalis Duncker & Mohr 1931]M58

*Type species of generic name indicated

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