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Adriatic Blenny / Adriatischer Schleimfisch / Slingurica Jadranka

Microlipophrys (Lipophrys) adriaticus


It is a species of combtooth blenny. This species grows to a length of 5.2 cm [Sva riba Jadranskog mora, 1994. Neven Milišić]. It has no scales, its body is very slimy.


Widespread in the Mediterranean Sea, the Adriatic Sea and the Aegean Sea, also known from the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea.


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injica 7 years ago

Hm, maybe, but gobies are quite common and by the two split dorsal fin looks like goby... by the end of the summer will got its name ;)

Atanas Tanev
Atanas Tanev 7 years ago

Looks more like blenny to me. ;)

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