General information on Bicolor Blenny
This Bicolor Blenny is so-named due to the fact that the front half is from dull brown/blue while the other half is orange. They have a great personality when in an aquarium. They typically live in crevices or rocks in the bottom of their habitat The Bicolor Blenny requires a saltwater aquarium minimum of 30 gallons and scattered rocks to perch and hide in. They are usually quiet tank members, but have been observed to attack other gobies, blennies, and dartfish. They are generally a great option for reef tanks however be careful when setting up smaller aquariums or when you have smaller corals, since they are known to pick up Mantles on clams as well as at large, fleshy corals with stony calcareous shells when they are not fed. In larger reef aquariums , they rarely cause damage to corals or the clams.