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Australian Blennies, Gobies



Blennies

Bicolor Blenny
(Ecsenius bicolor)
Bicolor Blenny
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... Click to continue>
Yellowtail Fang Blenny
(Meiacanthus atrodorsalis)
Yellowtail Fang Blenny
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Horned Blenny
(Parablennius intermedius)
Horned Blenny
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Bluestriped Fangblenny
(Plagiotremus rhinorhynchos)
Bluestriped Fangblenny
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Piano Fangblenny
(Plagiotremus tapeinosoma)
Piano Fangblenny
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Gobies

Steinitz' Shrimp Goby
(Amblyeleotris steinitzi)
Steinitz' Shrimp Goby
Steinitz' Shrimp Goby is white with five reddish-brown bars. There are pale yellow lines in the white areas between the bars. It has orange dots on the dorsal fins. It usually shares a burrow with a pale brown or brown and white alpheid shrimp. Click to continue>
Desert Goby
(Chlamydogobius eremius)
Desert Goby
The Desert Goby is brownish grey to yellowish with darker mottling. It sometimes has seven or eight saddle shaped markings across the back. The head is yellow below. The male has a black first dorsal with blue and yellow bands. Click to continue>
Blueband Goby
(Valenciennea strigata)
Blueband Goby
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Orange-dashed Goby
(Valenciennea puellaris)
Orange-dashed Goby
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