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The Large Blenny (B. gattorugine) inhabits deeper water, chiefly off the south-west coast, and reaches a length of a foot or more.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux
He describes how in the embryo of the Blenny there is a short, thick arch between the first gill-slit and the mouth.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
A curious little blenny-fish swarms in the numerous creeks which intersect the mangrove topes.
It was a small fish—a familiar fish, too—which he had known in the pools of his native land by the name of blenny.
Seeing that the coast was clear, for Disco stood as motionless as a mangrove tree, blenny hopped upon the dry land.