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Recent studies of fishes collected in southern Florida revealed a small, scaled goby, previously undescribed, of the genus Garmannia. The new species, known only from shore waters just south of Miami, Florida, and from the coast of Venezuela, is given the name G. grosvenori.
Its characteristics are given and its relationships are discussed. G. spilota Ginsburg is the closest known relative.
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