PROC. BIOL. SOC. WASH. 94(3), 1981, pp. 699-707 NOTES ON BLENNIID FISHES OF THE TRIBE OMOBRANCHINI, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW SPECIES Victor G. Springer Abstract. — Omobranchus robertsi and Omox lupus, new species, are de-scribed from New Guinea. Omobranchus meniscus Springer and Gomon is synonymized with Omobranchus smithi (Visweswara Rao). Range exten-sions and miscellaneous information are provided for several species of Omobranchini. Springer (1972) revised all the genera, except Omobranchus Ehrenberg, of the blenniid fish tribe Omobranchini. Springer and Gomon (1975) revised Omobranchus and gave additional information on other genera and species of Omobranchini. Accumulation of information on species of Omobranchini since 1975 is presented in this report. I follow the methods of Springer (1972) and Springer and Gomon (1975) except for enumeration of the cephalic sensory pores, for which I follow only Springer and Gomon (who included one more pore position in the supratemporal series than did Springer, 1972). Institutional abbreviations are the same as those used by Springer and Gomon, with the additions of: ROM = Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto; FSM == Florida State Museum, Gainesville; UMMZ = University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Ann Arbor. Enchelyurus kraussi (Klunzinger) Springer (1972) reported E. kraussi from numerous localities ranging from the Gulf of Aqaba south to Aldabra in the eastern Indian Ocean eastward to the Marianas, Trobriand, and southern Great Barrier Reef islands. Ma-suda et al. (1975) reported E. kraussi from the Ryukyu Islands. The follow-ing new collections, while not extending the range of E. kraussi, represent j additional locaHty records: near Giligaon, Negros Oriental, Philippines, i 09°06.5'N, 122°55.4'E (USNM 225060); near Maloh, Negros Oriental, j 09°03.1'N, 122°59.rE (USNM 225058); Maloh, Negros Oriental, 09°03.rN, 122°59.7'E (USNM 225057); Solino Island, Mindanao, Philippines, ! 08°51.4'N, 123°24.6'E (USNM 225059); Umboi Island, Papua-New Guinea, , 06°41.9'S, 147°53.rE (USNM 225062); Lolorua Island, Port Moresby, Pa-I pua-New Guinea, 09°29'45"S, 147°06'40"E (USNM 225063); Panapompom j Island, Louisade Archipelago, Papua-New Guinea, 10°47'S, 152°24'E (USNM 225061).