Gobiesociformes (Xenopterygii; class Osteichthyes, subclass Actinopterygii) An order of small, bottom-dwelling fish that have a depressed head and scaleless body. The order includes Gobiesocidae (clingfish), Callionymidae (dragonets), and Draconettidae. According to some authors the Callionymidae and Draconettidae belong to the order Perciformes.
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