BICOLOR BLENNY FACTS
The Bicolor Blenny occurs in three colour forms. One form is black at the front and yellow or orange at the back (the bicolor phase). The second form is dark brown all over. The third form is black above with broad white band along the side. All three forms have a curved pink marking behind the eye.
length to 11cm
crevices on coral reefs, clear lagoons, seaward reefs with mixed corals and algae-covered rocks. Depth range 1m - 25 m
Oviparous. Eggs are stuck to the ocean floor.
The Bicolor Blenny is found from the central Indian Ocean to the western Pacific. In Australia it is found from the central Western Australian coast around the top of the country to northern New South Wales.
|Common Name:||Bicolor Blenny|