This week in Fish: Pacific Leaping Blenny

By: Mark McGrouther, Category: Science, Date: 24 Jun 2011

This week we feature the incredible Pacific Leaping Blenny and show movie footage of a very lively Spikefin Goby in an aquarium.  We farewell Justine our 'metal tag worker' and ask the question "Why don't anemonefishes get stung?".

Pacific Leaping Blenny, Alticus arnoldorum

Photographer: Georgina Cooke © Georgina Cooke

New images:

Pacific Leaping Blenny out of water
Pacific Leaping Blenny, Alticus arnoldorum
Scaly Mackerel heads
Scaly Mackerel, Sardinella lemuru
Wahoo caught off Port Stephens

New blog posts:

Dusky Whaler juveniles in Sydney 2011
Huge Oarfish in the shallows
Spikefin Goby, Discordipinna griessingeri

New staff member:

Justine Djajadikarta

New FAQ:

Why don't anemonefishes get stung?

Fish Section Photographer:

Dr Jeff Williams

Tags fishes, ichthyology, Pacific Leaping Blenny, anemonefishes, Justine Djajadikarta,