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Saddle Blenny (Malacoctenus triangulatus) Diet   02/11/2008 Hi Gang, <<Hello, Andrew here>> Love your website. It has been extremely helpful for me. I have an extremely quick question. I have already "Googled" looking for the answer. What is the diet for a Saddle Blenny? <<Omnivores. Feed this fish brine, Mysid.. foods of that ilk.. Adding algae to the diet is a good idea too. More info can be found here and the linked Articles and FAQ's http://www.wetwebmedia.com/blennioids.htm and http://www.wetwebmedia.com/labrisomids.htm >> Thank you in advance, Felecia Williamson <<Thanks for the question. A Nixon>>

Who Am I? Not a Hawkfish Hello Everybody at WetWebMedia: Thank you very much for your help in the past. I was wondering if you guys could identify this little critter I picked up at my local fish dealer. He said it's a goby, but I'm almost sure it's a hawkfish of genus Cirrhitichthys. I couldn't find any picture of it on your site or on fishbase.org. It doesn't have the mouth of a goby -- the jaw shape is of a predator. It's just over an inch in size and it scoots around the bottom of the tank, resting at spots like a mandarin fish. It changes color somewhat when it's on the sand of my tank. Your looking at the more colorful "live rock" phase. The other phase is more washed out. It's a neat fish. I'm glad I have it. The other inhabitants ignore it, even the Dottyback and the much larger Tangs. Thank for your help. -Ian Berger <Looks to be a species of Labrisomid Blenny. Please see here: http://www.wetwebmedia.com/labrisomids.htm and fishbase.org, other places on the Net. Bob Fenner>

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