Striped Fang Blenny or Grammistes Blenny
The Striped Blenny (Meiacanthus Grammistes) also referred to as Striped Fang Blenny, Grammistes Blenny, Line-Spot Harptail Blenny, or Striped Poison-Fang Blenny is a species of Combtooth Blenny from the western Pacific Ocean. The fish stays in the open ocean, but travels into shallow saltwater and brackish estuaries. This venomous species occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade. The fish is stout and deep-bodied, with a pointed snout and long continuous dorsal fin. It is brown with tan wavy bands stretching the length of its body. On the dorsal fin near the head is a small blue spot. This species grows to 4.3″ inches. The fish has relatively large fangs (canine teeth) that protrude from the lower jaw.
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