Photos about Pike Blennies, Tube Blennies, Flag Blennies (Chaenopsidae): Juvenile, female and male orangethroat pikeblenny (Chaenopsis alepidota) off Anacapa Island, California. Males are colorful and can puff up their throat in a spectacular display.Signal blenny (Emblemaria hypacanthus). Feeds primarily on zooplankton.Female Orangethroat pikeblenny (Chaenopsis alepidota). Eastern Pacific Ocean from the Gulf of California to southern California. Females deposit their eggs in the males tube worm home, leaving the male to guard the nest.Signal blenny (Emblemaria hypacanthus) flashes its striking dorsal fin as it extends out of its tube worm home.Male Orangethroat pikeblenny (Chaenopsis alepidota) flahses to defed its territory. Lives in tube worm holes in sandy areas.