Neoclinus okazakii is a species of chaenopsid blenny found in rocky reefs around Japan, in the northwestern Pacific ocean. Males of this species can reach a maximum length of 6.2 centimetres (2.4 in) SL, while females can reach a maximum length of 4.5 centimetres (1.8 in).
The specific name "okazakii" refers to Dr. Toshio Okazaki, who is credited with leading to the identification of Neoclinus okazakii as a distinct species.
- Fukao, R., 1987 (10 Dec.) Fishes of Neoclinus bryope species complex from Shirahama, Japan, with description of two new species. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology v. 34 (no. 3): 291-308.
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