|WikiProject Fishes||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
I was actually going to write this article later tonight; it's a ridiculously complex subject, and even a bit of preliminary research was discouraging enough.
There are actually several families whose members share the name "blenny"; it's about as specific as calling something a "minnow". Even the name "sabre-toothed blenny" is hardly standard and not confined to one species. Ah well.. I'll try to sort it out later. -- Hadal 23:03, 28 Feb 2004 (UTC)
Looks like we did an edit at the same time, I added what you had to mine, altough the info about the sabre toothed blenny should go into the seperate requested article....
Obli 23:06, 28 Feb 2004 (UTC)
Oh, here's the old piece of the article that should go into the sabre toother blenny article:
One species of blenny (the sabre-tooth blenny) imitates the "dance" of a similarly colored species of cleaner wrasse, and tricks fish into offering their underparts over to be cleaned. Instead of eating parasites off the scales of the fish, the sabre-tooth blenny bites the victim and rushes away.
Obli 23:08, 28 Feb 2004 (UTC)