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The breast-spot blenny or the blue-spot blenny, is a species of combtooth blenny found in the western Pacific Ocean. This species reaches a length of 10 centimetres (3.9 in) TL.
The breast-spot blenny is a small, slender fish with a long, pointed snout. The body is brown or olive green in color, with a series of blue spots on the sides. The fins are yellow or orange. The breast-spot blenny is a territorial fish and is often found alone or in pairs. It is a carnivore and feeds on algae, small invertebrates, and crustaceans.
The breast-spot blenny is a popular aquarium fish. It is relatively easy to care for and is known for its ability to control algae growth in aquariums. However, it is important to note that the breast-spot blenny can be aggressive towards other fish, so it is best to keep it in an aquarium with other small, peaceful fish.
The breast-spot blenny is a hardy fish and can live for up to 5 years in captivity. It is important to provide the breast-spot blenny with a well-maintained aquarium with plenty of hiding places. The water should be kept clean and the temperature should be between 72 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit.
The breast-spot blenny is a fascinating fish that is sure to add color and interest to any aquarium. It is a relatively easy fish to care for and is a great choice for beginners.