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Blennies for Saltwater Aquariums

Blennies are peaceful toward other species, but can be highly territorial toward their own kind. A blenny will do best in an aquarium with live rock and a good couple of inches of sand bed on the bottom of the tank. These small fish will spend much of their time perched on rocks in the aquarium or on the bottom of the tank. Saltwater fish such as these are the reason many freshwater aquarium owners decide to take on the challenge of setting up a saltwater aquarium for the first time. With patience and care, a blenny can make the challenge worthwhile.

 
Bicolor Blenny
Starting At:
$1699
Black Blenny
Starting At:
$2299
Scooter Blenny
Starting At:
$1199
Yellowtail Black Blenny
Starting At:
$1999
Bimaculatus Blenny (Two Spot)
Starting At:
$1499
Starry Blenny
Starting At:
$2099
Red Spotted Blenny
Starting At:
$3799
Ember Blenny
Starting At:
$4999
Canary Blenny
Starting At:
$1399
Forktail Blenny
Starting At:
$2999
Lawnmower Blenny
Starting At:
$999
Red Lipped Blenny
Starting At:
$2799
Klausewitz's Blenny
Only:
$3399
Smith's Blenny
Starting At:
$2199
Red Scooter Blenny
Starting At:
$2299
Barnacle Blenny
Starting At:
$2499
Tail Spot Blenny
Starting At:
$2299
Horned Blenny
Starting At:
$2999
Harptail Blenny
Starting At:
$2999
Black-Lined Blenny
Only:
$3499
Eyelash Blenny
Starting At:
$1799
Midas Blenny
Starting At:
$4299
Red Sea Mimic Blenny
Only:
$5799
Blue & Gold Blenny
Starting At:
$1499