The Entomacrodus lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 0 - 5 m environment.

Entomacrodus is a genus of fish in the Blenniidae family. It contains the following species: * Entomacrodus cadenati Stub icon This Perciformes article is a stub. More

Entomacrodus striatus, Reef margin blenny: aquarium Entomacrodus striatus, Reef margin blenny: aquarium Web 640x323 (33kb) More

Entomacrodus cymatobiotus Schultz and Chapman in Schultz et al. More

Entomacrodus striatus (Valenciennes in Cuvier and Valenciennes, 1836) Taxonomic Serial No. More

The Notchfin Blenny is of the Entomacrodus Genus of which there are seventeen known species of which only one is found in Mexican waters. More

Identification of Galapagos Entomacrodus with comments on relationships within the Entomacrodus "nigricans" species group Documenting biodiversity is important for understanding the complexity of ecosystems, as a foundation for future conservation decisions, and for understanding evolution in a historical context. More

Entomacrodus niuafoouensis mano`o-fala tatoo-chinned rockskipper 171176 Entomacrodus sealei mano`o-fala Seale's rockskipper 171182 Entomacrodus striatus mano`o-a`au More

Common names

Patigal in Creole, Portuguese
Patigal in Creoles and Pidgins, Portuguese
Patigal in Portuguese (Português)
West African rockhopper in English
卡氏犁齒鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
卡氏犁齿鳚 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Blenniidae
Genus : Entomacrodus
Species : Entomacrodus lemuria
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