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Blenny "Blennioidei"
Blenny "Blennioidei"
::2013/10/23::
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FROM ENGLISH TO FRENCH = Blennioidei
FROM ENGLISH TO FRENCH = Blennioidei
::2011/10/12::
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FROM ENGLISH TO SPANISH = Blennioidei
FROM ENGLISH TO SPANISH = Blennioidei
::2011/10/13::
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SPANISH TO ENGLISH = ir
SPANISH TO ENGLISH = ir
::2011/10/15::
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Starry Blenny
Starry Blenny
::2013/09/16::
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Molly Miller Blenny
Molly Miller Blenny
::2013/02/10::
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Percula live in the sump
Percula live in the sump
::2013/10/23::
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Old Episode 8
Old Episode 8
::2013/10/23::
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H25.2.18 モンツキさん他、みんなの素顔
H25.2.18 モンツキさん他、みんなの素顔
::2013/02/18::
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blenny in a bottle
blenny in a bottle
::2014/03/06::
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Blenny Goes For a Ride
Blenny Goes For a Ride
::2014/03/18::
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Barnacle Blenny Says, "Hi!"
Barnacle Blenny Says, "Hi!"
::2014/01/11::
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Flametail Blenny: Fanging
Flametail Blenny: Fanging
::2014/06/15::
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Blennie Paon Thau HD 0077 BI
Blennie Paon Thau HD 0077 BI
::2012/12/18::
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Wembury - Blennies - Rock Pool Ramble 07th August 2013
Wembury - Blennies - Rock Pool Ramble 07th August 2013
::2013/08/13::
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Tail Spot Blenny Billy
Tail Spot Blenny Billy
::2013/09/07::
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Feather blenny fight!
Feather blenny fight!
::2014/06/27::
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Crab VS Blenny
Crab VS Blenny
::2013/11/02::
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Sailfin Blenny eating
Sailfin Blenny eating
::2014/03/11::
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FROM ENGLISH TO SPANISH = Blastomyces
FROM ENGLISH TO SPANISH = Blastomyces
::2011/10/13::
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Costa Rica Diving Playa Hermosa Diving Safari
Costa Rica Diving Playa Hermosa Diving Safari's (Whale Point Dive Site) Blenny Poking Face out.
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A Little Blenny
A Little Blenny
::2012/10/10::
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Attack of the Scooter Blennies!
Attack of the Scooter Blennies!
::2014/05/16::
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Small Starry Blenny to eat algae, Currently in QT
Small Starry Blenny to eat algae, Currently in QT
::2012/04/01::
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Blennies @ Kimmeridge with GoPro HD
Blennies @ Kimmeridge with GoPro HD
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Blenny
Blenny
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Морская собачка эксен мидиус,  Persian blenny, Lyretail blenny
Морская собачка эксен мидиус, Persian blenny, Lyretail blenny
::2012/01/16::
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Hand Feeding Brachiosaurus Blenny (Omobranchus Anolius)
Hand Feeding Brachiosaurus Blenny (Omobranchus Anolius)
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Морская собачка павлин. Salaria pavo. Peacock blenny
Морская собачка павлин. Salaria pavo. Peacock blenny
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Bio cube 14 midas blenny
Bio cube 14 midas blenny
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African golden Midas Benny
African golden Midas Benny
::2012/12/16::
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Blenny tries camouflage
Blenny tries camouflage
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Epic Battle Between Spider Crab, Blenny and Snail Over A Shrimp Dinner
Epic Battle Between Spider Crab, Blenny and Snail Over A Shrimp Dinner
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The common name blenny (deriving from the Greek ἡ βλέννα and τό βλέννος, mucus, slime) is ambiguous at best, as it has been applied to several families of perciform marine, brackish, and some freshwater fishes all sharing similar morphology and behaviour. Six families are considered "true blennies", all grouped together under the suborder Blennioidei; its members are referred to as blennioids. About 833 species are found in 130 genera within the suborder.

Blenny (Ecsenius axelrodi) from East Timor

Blennioids are generally small fish, with elongated bodies (some almost eel-like), and relatively large eyes and mouths. Their dorsal fins are often continuous and long; the pelvic fins typically have a single embedded spine and are short and slender, situated before the pectoral fins. The tail fin is rounded. The blunt heads of blennioids often possess elaborate whisker-like structures called cirri. As generally benthic fish, blennioids spend much of their time on or near the sea floor; many are reclusive and may burrow in sandy substrates or inhabit crevices in reefs, the lower stretches of rivers, or even empty mollusc shells.

These fish are superficially quite similar to members of the goby and dragonet families, as well as several other unrelated families whose members have occasionally been given the name "blenny".

The six "true blenny" families are:

Timeline of genera[edit]

Quaternary Neogene Paleogene Holocene Pleist. Plio. Miocene Oligocene Eocene Paleocene Tripterygion Labrisomus Blennius Clinus Exallias Quaternary Neogene Paleogene Holocene Pleist. Plio. Miocene Oligocene Eocene Paleocene

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