Yellowface pikeblenny

The Yellowface pikeblenny lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 5 - 20 m environment.

Yellowface Pikeblenny, Chaenopsis limbaughi, St. Vincent, Caribbean. The male yellowface pikeblenny will emerge from its hole in the sand to defend its territory. Key Words: Yellowface Pikeblenny; Chaenopsis limbaughi; St. More

profile of a Yellowface Pikeblenny staring back from the opening of an abandoned worm tube. I was so excited that I almost forgot to mark the spot with the painted rock I stow inside my BC pocket for just such occasions. Within minutes, I was back with my wife, Anna, in tow. More

Yellowface Pikeblenny, Chaenopsis limbaughi, male defending his location. Inhabits grass or sandy areas. St. More

Yellowface pikeblenny (Chaenopsis limbaughi) U.S. Virgin Islands, St. John 2005 July 1866 thumbnail picture Yellowface pikeblenny (Chaenopsis limbaughi) U.S. Virgin Islands, St. More

The Yellowface Pikeblenny prefers to live in small holes in sand and coral debris in moderate depth water. More

Finger and Yellowface Pikeblenny - Chaenopsis limbaughi Photo Details Photographer: Paul Osmond (see this users gallery) A Yellowface Pikeblenny (Chaenopsis limbaughi) defends its choosen home from a scuba divers finger placed nearby. More

The Yellowface Pikeblenny (Chaenopsis limbaughi) is an entertaining fish to watch for while diving or snorkeling. This pikeblenny is extremely elongated and the fore dorsal fin is quite high when extended. More

Common names

Blénido anguila in Spanish (español)
Gulhovedet geddeslimfisk in Danish (dansk)
yellowface pikeblenny in English
黃臉煙管鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
黃臉煙管鳚 in Unknown
黄脸烟管鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
黄脸烟管鳚 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Chaenopsidae
Genus : Chaenopsis
Species : Chaenopsis limbaughi
Authority : Robins and Randall, 1965