Canary Blenny | Meiacanthus oualanensis

"Canary Blennies, or the Canary Fang Blenny, are one of the few blenny species hat exhibit enlarged fangs with associated venom sacs which are primarily a retaliatory defense that serves as a deterrent to predators.  The Canary Blenny bite is not lethal to humans, but it is extremely painful, like a bee or wasp sting."  -

(by edpdiver)

Canary Blenny | Meiacanthus oualanensis

"Canary Blennies, or the Canary Fang Blenny, are one of the few blenny species hat exhibit enlarged fangs with associated venom sacs which are primarily a retaliatory defense that serves as a deterrent to predators.  The Canary Blenny bite is not lethal to humans, but it is extremely painful, like a bee or wasp sting."  -

(by edpdiver)



Black-faced Blenny | Tripterygion delaisi
(by Joao Pedro Silva)

Black-faced Blenny | Tripterygion delaisi

(by Joao Pedro Silva)



Scarface Blenny | Cirripectes vanderbiliti
 (by bodiver)

Scarface Blenny | Cirripectes vanderbiliti


(by bodiver)



Tailspot Blenny | Ecsenius stigmatura
(by divemecressi)

Tailspot Blenny | Ecsenius stigmatura

(by divemecressi)



Ewa Fang Blenny | Plagiotremus ewaensis
(by bodiver)

Ewa Fang Blenny | Plagiotremus ewaensis

(by bodiver)



Common Blenny | Lipophrys pholis
(by DeepDownes)

Common Blenny | Lipophrys pholis

(by DeepDownes)



Black Faced Blenny | Tripterygion delaisi
(by Joao Pedro Silva)

Black Faced Blenny | Tripterygion delaisi

(by Joao Pedro Silva)



Ring-Neck Blenny | Parablennius pilicornis
(by Joao Pedro Silva)

Ring-Neck Blenny | Parablennius pilicornis

(by Joao Pedro Silva)



Spotted Blenny | Ecsenius stictus 
(by divemecressi)

Spotted Blenny | Ecsenius stictus

(by divemecressi)



Ringneck Blenny | Parablennius pilicornis
(by Joao Pedro Silva)

Ringneck Blenny | Parablennius pilicornis

(by Joao Pedro Silva)



Tube-Worm Blenny | Plagiotremus rhinorynchos
(by Mick’s wet)

Tube-Worm Blenny | Plagiotremus rhinorynchos

(by Mick’s wet)



Black-Faced Blenny | Tripterygion delaisi
(by Joao Pedro Silva)

Black-Faced Blenny | Tripterygion delaisi

(by Joao Pedro Silva)



Midas Blenny | Ecsenius midas 

Unlike most Blenny species that are herbivores, the Midas Blenny is Omnivore whose diet is made up mostly of meaty foodstuffs that it feeds on from the water column along with some algae and seaweeds. While in the wild the Midas Blenny will eat zooplankton, copepods, amphipods and other small organisms floating about the water column, they will eat a variety of prepared meaty foods within the aquarium environment.  x

(Photo by Ron’s Aquarium Photos)

Midas BlennyEcsenius midas 

Unlike most Blenny species that are herbivores, the Midas Blenny is Omnivore whose diet is made up mostly of meaty foodstuffs that it feeds on from the water column along with some algae and seaweeds. While in the wild the Midas Blenny will eat zooplankton, copepods, amphipods and other small organisms floating about the water column, they will eat a variety of prepared meaty foods within the aquarium environment.  x

(Photo by Ron’s Aquarium Photos)



Midas Blenny | Ecsenius midas 
(by J.L Photography)

Midas BlennyEcsenius midas 

(by J.L Photography)



Bi-Colored Blenny | Ecsenius bicolor 
(by BamaMama1985)

Bi-Colored BlennyEcsenius bicolor 

(by BamaMama1985)