Red-finned Triplefin (Helcogramma gymnauchen) - Wiki
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[Photo] 'Yellow-Lip Triplefin' (Helcogramma gymnauchen) On Black. Date August 5, 2006. Author Jenny (JennyHuang http://www.flickr.com/people/diverslog/) from Taipei
The red-finned triplefin, Helcogramma gymnauchen, is a triplefin blenny of the family Tripterygiidae, found in the western Pacific from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and northern Australia, at depths of between 1 and 8 m. It reaches a maximum length of 4 cm.
The red-finned triplefin lives on reefs, often in weedy areas, and on algal-covered rocks or on rubble, and feeds on tiny invertebrates and algae.
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