Western jumping blenny

The Western jumping blenny lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 0 - 3 m environment.

separate distributions - the Western Jumping Blenny is found in South Australia and Western Australia. More

The Western Jumping Blenny has a slightly compressed body and a scaleless head with a steep snout profile. It has three separate dorsal fins, a long-based anal fin and large pectoral fins. More

The Western Jumping Blenny is endemic to Australia. It occurs in temperate marine waters, usually on rocky reefs and intertidal areas, from eastern South Australia to south-western Western Australia. This one was photographed in Green Pool, Denmark. More

* A Western Jumping Blenny at Lady Bay * A Western Jumping Blenny at Stokes Bay * A Western Talma at north-western Kangaroo Island * A Whale Shark at Great Detached Reef. More

Western Jumping Blenny Lepidoblennius marmoratus: A larger triplefin species, found in W.A through to central South Australia. More

Common names

Western jumping blenny in English
云纹美三鳍鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
雲紋美三鰭鳚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Tripterygiidae
Genus : Lepidoblennius
Species : Lepidoblennius marmoratus
Authority : Macleay, 1878