Striped blenny

The Striped Blenny is also referred to as Gammistes Blenny, Striped Fang Blenny, or Striped Poison-Fang Blenny. It has alternating black and yellow stripes that run the entire length of the body. More

species include the striped blenny (found as far north as New York) and the more southerly freckled blenny. The kelpfishes are a closely allied Pacific family. More

The Striped Blenny, Chasmodes bosquianus, is abundant on oyster reefs in the southeastern U.S. More

* The striped blenny, Chasmodes bosquianus, is olive-green in color with various dark spots and blotches. More

Striped Blenny (Meiacanthus grammistes)Starting at $15.99IN STOCK Tail Spot Blenny Play Video Tail Spot Blenny (Ecsenius stigmatura)Starting at $23. More

This picture of a Striped Blenny was taken at a depth of 6.4 metres at Capo Di Hassa, Punta Campanella Marine Area near Sorrento, Italy on 1st July 2008 with my Nikon D200 digital SLR. More

The Striped Blenny diet consists of chopped crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, and frozen food preparations for herbivores. More

Striped Blenny Ecsenius prooculis Papua New Guniea (1927-4450 / vwnewguinea-002 More

This striped blenny is a tiny fish that lives in the spaces between the shells of an oyster bar to hide from predators. The male striped blenny has bright blue lines that run along its body that come together at the tail. More

The Striped Blenny has a venomous bite which it uses to deter potential predators from eating it. This fish actually bites the inside of the predators' mouth after it is swallowed causing the fish that ate it it spit it out. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Blenniidae
Genus : Chasmodes
Species : Chasmodes bosquianus
Authority : Lacep