Enneapterygius ventermaculusis commonly referred to as Blotched Triplefin, Pakistan Triplefin. Difficulty in the aquarium: There are no reports available yet that this animal has already been kept in captivity successfully. Toxicity: Toxic hazard unknown.
Enneapterygius ventermaculus stands for a cryptic species that occurs on rocky and coral reefs with encrusting algae and invertebrates, where it can also adapt excellently in terms of colour.
Unfortunately, photos of this species are rather rare to find, so we rely on information from Fishbase, Fishbase describes that males of this species, like many males of other pointed blennies, have a black head.
In males, the first dorsal fin is higher than the second, overall males are olive green, their anal fins are banded black and white.
Females differ not only in the absence of a black head, but also in the fact that the central part of the pelvic fin rays is yellow.