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Red Sea Wrasse

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Red Breast Wrasse
(Cheilinus fasciatus)
Starting at $49.99
This hard-to-find Red-Breast Wrasse, also known as the Redbreasted Maori Wrasse, is sure to drop jaws the next time your reefer friends stop by. While its size alone is more than impressive, the Red Breast Wrasse boasts six or seven white vertical stripes against a reddish-brown body, with a…
Refugium Starter Kit
(Assorted sp.)
Starting at $49.99
…and amphipods to reside and populate. Red or Green Gracilaria Algae, is a transparent algae that is a natural food source for all herbivorous fish. This live food will provide the proper nutrition for many species of plant eating marine fish. Ulva, or sea lettuce, is an ideal phosphate remover.…
Labout's Fairy Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus laboutei)
Starting at $109.99
The Labout's Fairy Wrasse originates from the waters of the Great Barrier Reef and New Caledonia, and occurs in small groups on the outer reef. The Labout's Fairy Wrasse has a distinctive pattern of colors ranging from red, orange and yellow with a blue cap covering the nose and head. The male and…
Eightline Flasher Wrasse
(Paracheilinus octotaenia)
Starting at $99.99
The Eightline Flasher Wrasse, also known as the Eight-line Fairy Wrasse, originates from the waters of the Red Sea. The Eightline Flasher Wrasse is a remarkably colored wrasse featuring different hues of yellow, orange and red. The distinguishing feature of this fish are the eight striking blue…
Sea Grass Wrasse
(Novaculichthys macrolepidotus)
Starting at $26.99
Sea Grass Wrasse, sometimes known as the Emerald Wrasse, is a helpful pest controller with big personality and abundant beauty. Often seen in shades of light to dark green, brownish-red to even black, the Sea Grass Wrasse's blade-like body allows it to disappear into the sea grass beds and sandy…
Red Coris Wrasse
(Coris gaimard)
Starting at $17.99
The Red Coris Wrasse, also known as the Clown Wrasse, Red Labrid, or Yellowtail Coris, can be found on almost every reef in the Indo-Pacific and Hawaiian Region, and extends all the way into the Red Sea. Adult specimens in the wild can easily grow to a foot, but in an aquarium, they rarely exceed…
Klunzinger's Wrasse
(Thalassoma rueppellii)
Starting at $179.99
The Klunzinger's Wrasse is a beautiful wrasse from the Red Sea that will add both coloration and activity to your marine aquarium. These wrasse can be recognized by their bright green and blue body with striking purple patterns throughout the body and head. The shape of this fish is elongated which…
Hardwicke Wrasse
(Thalassoma hardwicke)
Starting at $34.99
The Hardwicke Wrasse is also known as the Sixbar Wrasse or Hardwick's Wrasse. As an adult, it has a pastel blue body with six, vertical dark body stripes and a distinct "daisy" print around the eyes made of a few different pastel colors.It should reside in a 90gallon or larger aquarium with larger,…
Leopard Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon meleagris)
Starting at $29.99
The Leopard Wrasse is also known as the Guinea Fowl Wrasse, or Blackspotted Wrasse. This species has two different appearances depending on gender. Females are white with multiple black or brown irregular spots with white to blue margins covering the entire body. The female's fins may have accents…
Black Leopard Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon negrosensis)
Starting at $29.99
The Black Leopard Wrasse, also known as Leopard Wrasse or Yellowspotted Wrasse, has a dark body with light blue to yellowish spots. The dorsal fin has black and white diagonal stripes, and it may have red highlights on the tail and head.A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with well established live rock…
Sohal Tang
(Acanthurus sohal)
Starting at $199.99
…contribute to this disease and the grounding probe may be beneficial.Sohal Tangs are very aggressive. They should not be kept with other Tangs or Wrasse species. They tend to be well-behaved with old tank mates, but try to kill any new additions. They are only suited for large aquariums with other…
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