sealord : Photo Keywords : small fish  : A two-spotted goby, Gobiusculus flavescens, lies close to the bottom in Belle Greve Bay on Guernsey's east coast. This small fish is 3 to 4 cm long. This species is abundant on the shore. They are known to lay their eggs inside the holdfast of the brown kelp - furbelows, Saccorhiza polyschides. This fish was photographed with a Canon A640 in an underwater housing and an external flash. File No. BG 250108 2541 ©RLLord fishinfo@guernsey.net

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