Seaweed blenny

The Seaweed blenny lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 0 - 10 m environment.

The seaweed blenny, Parablennius marmoreus, is one of several species of combtooth blennies belonging to the family Blenniidae. This combtooth blenny has 35-43 comb-like incisors (Lindquist & Dillaman 1986) in addition to upper and lower canines (Ditty et al. 2005). More

Seaweed Blenny Profile - A profile of the Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius ssp. More

The Seaweed Blenny is a small mottled brown fish with a pointed face. They blend in very well with rockwork and natural tank decor. More

The seaweed blenny is a common sight at Stetson Bank in particular. They come in various colors, but you can be sure of their identification by looking for the blue lines that radiate from their eyes. More

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invemar), on the left and a seaweed blenny (Parablennius marmoreus) on the right - these are often seen poking their heads out of barnacles on the oil platform structures. Here they are surrounded by a red-orange encrusting sponge. The tesselated blenny is usually seen above around 30 feet. More

Seaweed Blenny (Parablennius marmoreus) on a red sponge encrusting a concrete block in Phil Foster Park, West Palm Beach, Florida · Date: Thu May 22, 2003 · Reference ID: /222003_0518_094206aa_1 · Views: 758 · More

Seaweed Blenny (Parablennius marmoreus) on the wreck of the Bibb, Key Largo, Florida · Date: Mon October 21, 2002 · Reference ID: /22seaweedblenny-uwfsebbly2002-004 · Views: 2089 · Additional Info More

Common names

Blénido pintado in Spanish (español)
Blenio marmoreo in Spanish (español)
borracho marmóreo in Spanish (español)
seaweed blenny in English
云纹副鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
雲紋副鳚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Blenniidae
Genus : Parablennius
Species : Parablennius marmoreus
Authority : Poey, 1876