Yellowface Pikeblenny (Chaenopsis limbaughi)

Also known as Chaenopsid Blenny


Also known as Chaenopsid Blenny.

Found in colonies, with their heads poking out of a hole, (one to a hole) in clear waters, over coral, rubble, and sandy areas.
They feed on small crustaceans, fish, and worms.
Length - 8.5cm
Depth - 5-20m
Widespread Western Central Atlantic, Caribbean

Chaenopsid Blennies also called tube blennies because they often make their nests in abandoned worm holes and clams especially at breeding time. These blennies lack scales and have a high front Dorsal Fin. Ref:


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