Pacific leaping blenny

The Pacific leaping blenny lives in the reef-associated, marine environment.

Pacific leaping blenny lives exclusively on land; Guam Phenotypic plasticity and macroevolution Animal communication is often dependent on the environment - some signals are better suited for communication in certain habitats than others - and More

The Pacific leaping blenny is a fish that has brought the idea of amphibiousness to an extreme. In fact, their behavior has been described by some researchers as appearing to be hydrophobic. More

Common names

Leaping rockskipper in English
Pacific leaping blenny in English

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Blenniidae
Genus : Alticus
Species : Alticus arnoldorum
Authority : Curtiss, 1938