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Ecsenius bandanus Springer 1971, the Banda Combtooth Blenny. To 3.4 cm. Western Pacific; Indonesia and New Guinea. Here in Wakatobi in Sulawesi/Indonesia. http://fishbase.sinica.edu.tw/Country/CountrySpeciesSummary.cfm?Country=Indonesia&Genus=Ecsenius&Species=bandanus 
Ecsenius dentax Springer 1988. Endemic to the Red Sea. To 4.8 cm. Sharm. 

Labrisomus dendriticus (Reid 1935), the Dendritic Blenny. To 13 cm. Southeast Pacific: the Galapagos and Malpelo islands. Feeds on crustaceans and small fishes. Males are aggressive to others of their same sex. Occur in and amongst rocky aggregations. Galapagos image of a spawning colored male.
Malacoctenus bohlkei Springer 1959, the Diamond Blenny. Tropical West Atlantic; Bahamas to Belize. One off of St. Thomas 2014. To about two and a half inches in length. Easily approached underwater, once observed! http://fishbase.org/Summary/speciesSummary.php?ID=16476&genusname=Malacoctenus&speciesname =boehlkei
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