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Orange spotted blenny


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  1. Orange spotted blenny Orange spotted blenny

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    Other Names: Reef Blennies, Rock Blennies, or Red Spot Flymo Blenny
    Reef Safe: with caution
    Care Level: Moderate
    Min. Tank Size: 29 gallon
    Temperament: Passive
    Dominant Color: Multi
    Disease Prone: average occurrence
    Jumper: low occurrence
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Lansing, Michigan
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    461
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    The Orange Spotted Blenny will want to eat microalgae growing fresh within the tank. A diet providing marine and blue-green algae (Spirulina) will help the Orange Spotted Blenny thrive, along with other vegetable matter including frozen and dried foods for herbivores. Do not confuse him with the Orange spotted goby.

    This is my favorite blenny! He has been fun to watch and has a great personality...almost clown-like. When I get the camera out to shoot tank pictures, this is the ham of the tank....always posing and looking great!
    BeakerBob - Past MMMC Club President, current Board Member
    imagephp?u1&amptypesigpic&ampdateline1261894023 - Orange spotted blenny
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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    He dosnt look happy!
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    BeakerBob - Reefkeeper
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    Another shot of the little guy:

    DSC 6246OSB - Orange spotted blenny
    BeakerBob - Past MMMC Club President, current Board Member
    imagephp?u1&amptypesigpic&ampdateline1261894023 - Orange spotted blenny
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    dlhirst - Reefkeeper
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    Nov 2009
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    Detroit MI
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    Don

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    He might not look happy. But, just looking at him makes me happy! How can you not like a blenny!

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    U.P. of Michigan.
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    First Name
    Jamie
    Awards Photo of the Month - October 2012 Photo of the Month Post and Reply Award - Winner of the first PAR Contest. Monthly Giveaway Winner

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    I was wondering who this lil beauty belonged to! Awesome fish Bob! So far the Blenny has been one of my most favorite fishes to keep. Such wonderful personalities

    Great picture of him for sure!!!
    There's nothing like being a Reefer! www.upmmas.com

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