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Benthophilus grimmi

Benthophilus grimmi is a species of goby widespread in the northern Caspian Sea at depth 80 to 240 metres. This species is common from Chechen Island to Absheron Peninsula. This species can reach a length of 9.5 centimetres (3.7 in) TL. The specific name honours the Russian ichthyologist Oscar von Grimm (1845–1921),, who was Chief Inspector of Russian Fisheries in the Russian Empire who collected the type specimen.
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