Yellow Clown Goby or Okinawa Goby
The Yellow Clown Goby (Gobiodon Okinawae), also known as the Okinawa Goby or Yellow Coral Goby, is a Goby native to the western Pacific from southern Japan to the southern reaches of the Great Barrier Reef. They are bright yellow in color, save for a whitish patch on each cheek. The Yellow Clown Goby or Okinawa Goby at maturity they can reach a length of 1.4″ inches, and are not generally aggressive, though they can actively protect their territory against their own kind.
The Yellow Clown Goby or Okinawa Goby primary defense against predators is a poisonous, bitter mucus on their skin that makes them edible.