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<xref type="see" seq="2199640">ヨシノボリ</xref>
<gloss>fish of the genus Rhinogobius</gloss>
<xref type="see" seq="2199630">チチブ</xref>
<gloss>dusky tripletooth goby (Tridentiger obscurus)</gloss>
<xref type="see" seq="2556610">ウキゴリ・1</xref>
<gloss>common freshwater goby (Gymnogobius urotaenia)</gloss>
<xref type="see" seq="1207700">鰍・2</xref>
<gloss>Japanese fluvial sculpin (fish, Cottus pollux)</gloss>
<audit time="2010-07-11 10:32:33" stat="A">
<upd_detl>All of these fishes look alike and are characterized by the fact that their ventral fins are combined to form a kind of sucker that helps them stay put at the bottom of river. The expression gorioshi comes from trying to forcefully remove a gori from the rock or whatever surface it has decided to latch onto.
Thank god we have scientific names for fishes. Now, if only we could persuade people to use one common name per scientifically categorized fish... (dream on)</upd_detl>
<upd_refs>(1-3) ヨシノボリ類、チチブ類、ウキゴリ類など小型のハゼ類や、カサゴ目・カジカ科に属するカジカ類、あるいはその両方を合わせて呼ぶ場合などがある
(4) wikipedia: カジカ(鰍、Cottus pollux)は、カサゴ目カジカ科に属する魚。地方によっては、他のハゼ科の魚とともにゴリ、ドンコと呼ばれることもある。</upd_refs>
<audit time="2024-03-07 15:47:06" stat="A">
<upd_name>Stephen Kraus</upd_name>
<upd_email>...address hidden...</upd_email>
<upd_refs>Fixing x-ref</upd_refs>
<upd_diff>@@ -32 +32 @@
-&lt;xref type="see" seq="1207700"&gt;鰍&lt;/xref&gt;
+&lt;xref type="see" seq="1207700"&gt;鰍・2&lt;/xref&gt;</upd_diff>

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