Platygillellus rubrocinctus, known commonly as the Saddle stargazer in the Bahamas, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the United States. is a species of sand stargazer in the genus Platygillellus. It is a tropical blenny known from coral reefs around southern Florida, U.S.A., and from the Bahamas to Panama, in the western Atlantic Ocean. It was originally described as Gillellus rubrocinctus by W.H. Longley in 1934, and later as Heteristius rubrocinctus by the same author. Blennies in this species can reach a maximum length of 6.4 centimetres, and swim at a maximum depth of 30 metres.
- Synonyms of Platygillellus rubrocinctus at www.fishbase.org.
- Common names for Platygillellus rubrocinctus at www.fishbase.org.
- Platygillellus rubrocinctus at www.fishbase.org.
- Longley, W.H., 1934 (14 Dec.) [ref. 13896] Studies on West Indian fishes: description of six new species. Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 33: 257-260.
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