The Leopard Blenny is also referred to as the Leopard Rockskipper, Shortbodied Blenny, Sailfin Blenny, or Honeycomb Blenny. It has a stout body with a spectacular brown and honeycomb pattern that makes it the most captivating addition to any reef tank. The Leopard Blenny is considered unsafe for a reef tank since it feeds on hard corals and plants. It should be fed with a varied diet of both vegetable and meaty foods, such as natural algae and spinach combined with chopped shrimp and clam. The Leopard Blenny is known to be a good jumper and should be kept in a covered tank. The leopard blenny produces slime that can protect it due to bad water quality or rough physical handling. The Leopard Blenny enjoys digging and appreciates a thick sand bed with mixed rubble and gravel. It is harmless fish and makes a good choice for a community fish tank. The Leopard Blenny grows up to 6 inches and should only be kept in a tank not less than 30 gallons. Since it needs care, it should not be kept by beginners.