Our thanks for the pictures of this very attractive small goby, which occurs in small mangrove creeks, swamps and brackish tidal pools, go to Johnny Jensen from Denmark.
Males of this species can be recognized by its broader head part and the more attractive fins on its back.
Color: On head and body, the animal has 4 vertical black stripes, in addition to 3 black calipers and single black marks on the caudal fin.
Base whitish, the front part of the first dorsal fin is black.
Some spines of the first dorsal fin may be elongate and filamentous.