General information regarding Banana Worasse
The Banana Wrasse, as an adult, appears yellow for females and a blue look for males. Both genders are marked on their faces with green color and fine vertical stripes along the body. The fins are extremely colorful. They should be kept in an aquarium that is large along with other aggressive tank mates like Tangs or Puffers, as well as small Triggers and Angels. They are active fish that require lots of rocks to hide as well as a lid that is tight. The fish will turn territorial and snarl at any new members of the group, so it should be added at the end of the tank. It is likely to devour bristleworms or mantis shrimp. It doesn’t consume live corals and live plant species.