Yelloweye Triplefin (Enneapterygius flavoccipitis)

Also known as Northern Bi-coloured Triplefin, Threefin Blenny, Threefin, Triplefin, Two-colour Threefin, Yellownape Triplefin

Description

Also known as Northern Bi-coloured Triplefin, Threefin Blenny, Threefin, Triplefin, Two-colour Threefin, Yellownape Triplefin.

Found singly or in pairs over coral and rocks of shallow lagoons, inner and outer reefs and in tide-pools.
They feed on benthic invertebrates.
Length - 3.2cm
Depth - 0-25m
Widespread Western Central Pacific

These Blenny related fish have three fins which gives them the their name "Triplefins" Ref: https://www.fishbase.in/summary/Enneapterygius-flavoccipitis.html

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