Thank you for showing pictures of splendid Philippine Stiphodon.
They are very interesting.
I went to Philippine Cebu two years ago and have photographed Stiphodon.
I was able to watch only S.atropurpureus at the place.
However, several kinds of Stiphodon seems to appear in your pictures.
If Stiphodon is the study of your laboratory, probably you should grasp the scientific name.
I want you to clarify a scientific name of Stiphodon of your pictures.
Following Stiphodon was introduced by this thread before.
This Stiphodon.sp could be seen now well recently in Okinawa in Japan.
It's said that this Stiphodon was released as a new species at last year's Japanese ichthyology meeting.
Was there this Stiphodon in your pictures?
The distribution of S.percnopterygionus is very wide, but a mention to be distributed over the Philippines is not found one more.
Does S.percnopterygionus inhabit the Philippines?
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