SCALY BLENNIES - Labrisomidae
General:
Small, elongate fishes {reach about 30 cm).

Nape, nostril, and above eye often with cirri. Dorsal fin with more spines than soft-rays. Feed on small benthic invertebrates. Benthic inhabitants usually dwelling in holes and restricted to rocky, shelly, or coral reefs in shallow water, a few species in marine grass beds or sponges; a few species in deep water.

The larvae, which are scaleless and often cirriless, are often misidentified as Blenniidae. The presence of more spines than rays in the dorsal fin of all labrisomids is an aid to identification.
SADDLED BLENNY
Malacoctenus triangulatus
Etymology
Greek, labros = furious, avid, eager + Greek, soma = body
ROSY BLENNY
Malacoctenus  macropus
ROSY BLENNY
Malacoctenus  macropus
GOLDLINE BLENNY
Malacoctenus  aurolineatus
DUSKY BLENNY
Malacoctenus  gilli
PUFFCHEEK  BLENNY
Labrisomus bucciferus
BROKENBAR  BLENNY
Starksia smithvanizi
MOCK/ MASQUERADER  BLENNY
Labrisomus cricota/ conditus