The Grass Clingfish is a small undescribed species that lives in temperate seagrass beds and adjacent reefs.
The Grass Clingfish is a slender elongate species with dorsal and anal fins positioned posteriorly on the body. It is usually greenish with small black spots on the lower two-thirds of the body. The back is sometimes transparent often with a row of brown spots. A brown stripe sometimes passes from the snout, through the eye to the rear of the operculum.
It is found in seagrass beds and adjacent reefs.
The species is endemic to Australia occurring from southern Victoria and southern Western Australia.
- Hutchins, J.B. in Gomon, M.F., Glover, C.J.M. & R.H. Kuiter (Eds). 1994. The Fishes of Australia's South Coast. State Print, Adelaide. Pp. 992.