Seaweed Blenny GALLERY

Parablennius marmoreus

Uncommon to Rare The Seaweed Blenny can hide by changing their color to match the background and retreat into recesses. Look for them in shallow depths on and around rocks or sea floor that has algae and other organisms covering them. They have a distinguishing pale spot in the middle of the dark gill cover. They can grow up to three inches. They could be mistaken for the Molly Miller, but the cirri above their eyes have three or four branches, whereas the Molly Miller has a 'Mohawk' band of red and white cirri on their heads.

Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus 
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus 
Seaweed Blenny - Parablennius marmoreus
 

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