|locality||In confined spaces such as bottlenecks and cans|
|behaviour||Usually partially withdrawn into confined space|
|range||Northern NSW and Southern Qld coastal waters|
Blennies are usually identified by the blenny shaped head which is bluntly rounded. This one is a fangblenny and so does not have such a blunt forehead. The dorsal fin runs the full length of the back and the anal fin is half the body length. They feed by scraping algae off vegetation.