The Red Sea Mimic Blenny is very rare in this hobby. ORA is the first to breed the Red Sea Mimic Blenny in captivity. The Red Sea Mimic Blenny is almost identical to the Black Lined Fang Blenny, and so they are commonly mistaken for one another. This delightfully colored fish has a blue/purple head with a beautiful yellow body, and a black line down its back. The Blenny Family is commonly confused with the Goby family. The Blennies are distinguished by their single continuous dorsal fin and habit of resting on the bottom with their body curved. These fish will usually have tiny appendages on the top of their heads called "cirri". Some Blennies inhabit tidal pools where the water is warm and shallow. These fish have blunt heads and their teeth are combed, giving them the ability to scrape algae (their primary food source) from rock surfaces.