Vanderhorstia is a genus of gobies native to the Indian and Pacific oceans. The name of this genus honours the Dutch biologist Cornelius van der Horst of the University of The Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, who was well known for his interest in marine biology.
Van der Horst is a Dutch toponymic surname. The original bearer of the name was from the horst, which is a historical indication of raised terrain covered with shrubs.
Vanderhorstia ambanoro, the Ambanoro prawn-goby or twin-spotted shrimp-goby, is a species of fish native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean, where it occurs in lagoons and coastal bays at depths of from 1 to 30 metres . This species inhabits areas with mud or sand substrates, where it lives in association with Alpheus shrimps.
Vanderhorst Row in Charleston, South Carolina is a three-unit residential building built in 1800 by Arnoldus Vanderhorst, a governor of South Carolina . Each unit is four floors.
Vanderhorstia mertensi, Mertens' shrimp goby or the slender shrimp goby, is a ray-finned fish species native to the Red Sea, Japan, Papua-New Guinea and the Great Barrier Reef. Male individuals can reach a length of 11 cm in total.
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