Tasmanian blenny

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Original source: Tasmanian Blenny - South Australia Author Nick Eades
Author: Nick Eades
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The Tasmanian blenny lives in the demersal, brackish, marine environment.

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Tasmanian Blenny, Parablennius tasmanianus, a male of this common species, Pt Hughes, South Australia, Australia, Southern Ocean · Date: Sat February 21, 2009 · Reference ID: /13YPD_1819 · Views: 408 · Additional Info More

Tasmanian Blenny in a razor shell - Parablennius tasmanianus Photo Details Photographer: John Lewis (see this users gallery) Tasmanian Blenny (Parablennius tasmanianus) hiding inside a Razor Shell at Wallaroo in South Australia More

Tasmanian Blenny by Andrew Newton UW. St Leonards Pier To take full advantage of Flickr, you should use a JavaScript-enabled browser and install the latest version of the Macromedia Flash Player. More

Tasmanian Blenny, was eating pellets straight away and is now in my friends temperate marine tank. More

False Tasmanian Blenny(Parablennius postoculomaculatus)This little guy lives in coastal reefs and estuaries where it is commonly seen in small groups, often on jetty pylons. I found this guy hiding in an empty mussell shell underneath the Ammunition Jetty, Cockburn Sound. More

* Tasmanian blenny by Andrew Newton Tasmanian blenny * Extreme underwater ironing by Andrew Newton Extreme underwate... More

A FAlse Tasmanian Blenny hiding in a pipe on the Former HMAS Perth, Albany Western Australia. More

A Tasmanian Blenny photographed at Portsea Pier, Victoria, Australia. More

The Tasmanian Blenny has an unusual set of 'horns' on its head! This fish is usually 5 inches in length, so it needs to protect itself from predators. The two pieces of tissue sticking out from its head gives the look of a fighter. More

Common names

Tasmanian blenny in English
眼斑副鳚 in Chinese (中文)
眼斑副鳚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Blenniidae
Genus : Parablennius
Species : Parablennius tasmanianus
Authority : Richardson, 1842