More Blennywatcher 2013 Favorites

Yep, we see those teeth! Anchor Tuskfish (Choerodon anchorago), Indonesia

Here are a few more favorite Blennywatcher images from 2013. If you are a regular reader of this blog, you will already have seen most of our favorite images, but some didn’t make into a post and others were published earlier this year in [...]

Double Take!

Seeing the Shorthead Blenny’s eyes rotate backward is one thing – getting the shot was another!

And a double take is just what I did when the big round eyes of this Shorthead Blenny rolled onto Ned’s laptop screen. Something wasn’t quite right with the picture so I took a second look and the [...]

Blenny Challenge Week 5

Tessellated Blenny, Hypsoblennius invemar, in its barnacle shell home

We found it – the Tessellated Blenny – a great way to end week 5 of our Bonaire Blenny Challenge! Ned teased me for telling the world that we were looking for this fish because he had lost faith in finding it. Although I received [...]

Blenny Challenge Week 4

A male Twinhorn Blenny, Coralliozetus cardonae

Calm seas marked our Bonaire Blenny Challenge week 4, enabling us to get into some really shallow areas. Years ago, during a REEF field survey trip, local members showed me a Twinhorn Blenny (Coralliozetus cardonae) but it was so tiny, I didn’t realize how beautifully marked the males [...]