|C. name : Sculpin-Goby||S.name: Lebetus scorpioides|
|Photo : Espen Rekdal||Location : Dtrotningsvik, Hordaland, NORWAY|
|depth : 2m||Date : May 1999|
Rare and small, thus little is known.
Distribution from south and western Norway south to the English channel.
Male guards eggs in empty seashells. I have found this species as shallow as 2m.
Previous records estimate normal depth to be 30-375.
Theese results have however been obtained by grab, and thus have not been used shallower than 10-15m.
Depth distribution can also be a seasonal factor since all the grab findings all were during winter.
Probably more common than first exspected, due to its limited size it has probably been overlooked.