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Posted by Max Bottomtime on February 22, 2006 at 19:17:41:

In Reply to: Help needed with ID for a Catalina fish posted by Elaine on February 22, 2006 at 18:54:12:

I didn't read your entire question. Since it was at Ripper's Cove I believe it is an Orange Throated Pike Blenny. I showed Jeff some video I have of them. They have an amazing mating dance. They also bury themselves tail first, usually in the nearest abandoned tubeworm home. I have only seen them in 25-45' in front of the red wall just East of Ripper's Cove

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