Bluestreak Goby (Valenciennea strigata) is also known as the Pennant Glider, Blueband Goby, Blueband Glider Goby and the Golden-head sleeper goby Gliders Gobies are in the Valenciennea family and obtain their name from their habit of sitting motionless in the water table above the substrate. Gliders take mouthfuls of sand and sift micro organisms out the sand and dig burrows in the substrate and sleep in the burrow at night and use the burrow as a refuge during the day to avoid dangers.
Bluestreak Goby (Valenciennea strigata) is also known as the Pennant Glider, Blueband Goby, Blueband Glider Goby and the Golden-head sleeper goby

Bluestreak Goby – Facts and Photographs

The Bluestreak Goby (Valenciennea strigata) is also known as the Pennant Glider, Blueband Goby, Blueband Glider Goby and the Golden-head sleeper goby.  They lack the sucker type pelvic fins common to many o...