The Stony Coral Ghost Goby (Pleurosicya micheli) is a small semi-transparent goby, that feeds on zooplankton and can be seen in coastal reef slopes and in coral-rich areas around Romblon Island. They are sometimes found on the mantle of clams. This goby has a reddish-brown mid-lateral stripe with small markings on its body.
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meaningful way for divers and underwater photographers.
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