- Have no scales
- Have only Dorsal one fin (that's divided into three sections)
- Second part of fin 14-18 spines
- Third part 10-14 spines
- Discovered in British waters in 1972
- Max length is 8.9 cm
- females can change color to blend with background
- is a shallow-water fish that lives among rocks
- fish is diurnal (most active by day)
- It is a carnivore that eats tiny invertebrates
- reproduces from April to July
Agustin, Liza Q., and Teresa Hilomen, eds. "Tripterygion delaisi Cadenat & Blache, 1970 Black-faced blenny." Fishbase. N.p.. Web. 7 Mar 2014. <http://www.fishbase.org/summary/7640>.
"Black-faced Blenny." enchantedlearning. EnchantedLearning.com . Web. 7 Mar 2014. <http://www.enchantedlearning.com/cgi-bin/paint/na/subjects/fish/printouts/Bfblennyprintout.shtml>.