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Definition of Blenny

Blenny
Blenny Blen"ny, n.; pl. Blennies. [L. blennius, blendius, blendea, Gr. ?, fr. ? slime, mucus.] (Zo["o]l.) A marine fish of the genus Blennius or family Blenniid[ae]; -- so called from its coating of mucus. The species are numerous.

Meaning of Blenny from wikipedia

- Combtooth blennies are blenniiformids; percomorph marine fish of the family Blenniidae, part of the order Blenniiformes. They are the largest family of...
- Blenny (from the Gr**** ἡ βλέννα and τό βλέννος, mucus, slime) is a common name for a type of fish. The term is ambiguous, having been applied to several...
- Threefin or triplefin blennies are blenniiforms, small percomorph marine fish of the family Tripterygiidae. Found in tropical and temperate waters of the...
- Oyster blenny may refer to: Hypleurochilus aequipinnis Hypleurochilus pseudoaequipinnis Omobranchus anolius...
- Dwarf blenny may refer to the following fish species: Acanthemblemaria paula Alloblennius parvus Starksia nanodes...
- Quillfin blenny (Gobioclinus filamentosus) Goggle eye blenny (Gobioclinus gobio) Gobioclinus guppyi Longfin blenny (Gobioclinus haitiensis) Downy blenny (Gobioclinus...
- Striped blenny is a common name for several fishes and may refer to: Aspidontus taeniatus, native to the western Pacific and eastern Indian Oceans Chasmodes...
- The Pacific leaping blenny (Alticus arnoldorum), also known as the leaping rockskipper, is a species of combtooth blenny (family Blenniidae) in the genus...
- Several species of blenny, a fish share the name Sailfin blenny: Emblemaria pandionis Microlipophrys velifer...
- The tompot blenny (Parablennius gattorugine) is a species of combtooth blenny from the north eastern Atlantic Ocean which is found in shallow, coastal...
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