Blennius


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Synonyms for Blennius

type genus of the Blenniidae

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265 Predatory fish, such as this blenny (Blennius [= Aidablennius] sphynx), exploit the food available in the benthos of rocky shores.
SYSTEMATICS OF THE TENNESSEE RIVER ENDEMIC BLENNY DARTER Etheostoma blennius. Logan S.
The blenny darter (Etheostoma blennius) is a non-game riverine species distributed in tributaries to the Tennessee River in Tennessee and Alabama.
The most abundant species in Prairie Creek by family in the recent collection were: Clupeidae--Dorosoma cepedianum, 44; Cyprinidae--Hybognathus nuchalis, 697, Cyprinella spiloptera, 174, Notropis blennius, 70, Pimephales notatus, 50; Catostomidae--Catostomus commersoni, 10; Centrarchidae--Lepomis macrochirus, 25, Etheostoma caeruleum, 24, and E.
The most common species of cyprinid fish in Prairie Creek during the present study were Hybognathus nuchalis, Notropis blennius, Cyprinella spiloptera, and Pimephales notatus.
Notropis blennius. -- The river shiner is widely distributed in Austroriparian rivers.
Occurrence of Haemogregarina bigemina (Protozoan: Apicomplexa) in Blennius pholis (Pisces: Blenniidae) along the Portuguese west coast.
blennius, river shiner 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, 26, 46, 66 N.