Marbled blenny

The Marbled blenny lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 0 - 1 m environment.

Marbled Blenny (Entomacrodus marmoratus) which is endemic to Hawaii as is common in the intertidal zone. This Blenny has a stout gray body with a mottled pattern. Observed on exposed rocks at night, possibly grazing upon algae. Attains 6 inches. More

Marbled Blenny, Goatee Blenny, Sailfin Blenny, Spiny Sailfin Blenny, Pirate Blenny, Red Banner Blenny, Chameleon Blenny, Darkhead Blenny, Papillose Blenny, Spinyhead Blenny, Roughhead Blenny, Secretary Blenny, Wrasse Blenny, Arrow Blenny, Bluethroat Pikeblenny, Resh PikeBlenny, Yellowface Pikeblenny, Redlip Blenny and Triplefins and More

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Blenniidae
Genus : Parablennius
Species : Entomacrodus marmoratus
Authority : Bennett, 1828