Genus: Entomacrodus, Blennies, Pearl Blenny, Rock Blennies
top lip - edges wrinkled
BLENNIES, ROCK BLENNIES
Body very elongate; head short and blunt; snout rounded, overhanging; simple cirrus over front nostril and multiple cirri over eye; cirrus on nape, if present, a slender filament; no fleshy crest on head; many movable teeth on each jaw; teeth on front of roof of mouth; lower surface of top lip wrinkled at sides; gill openings broad, forming a fold across throat; dorsal fin with deep notch between spiny and soft parts, XIII spines, but the last one tiny and hard to see; fin rays unbranched, except on tail fin; lateral line is a short arch over pectoral; no scales.
A pantropical genus with 24 species; 1 is endemic to our region.