General information regarding the Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse
It is an exceptional fish that establishes a symbiotic bond with other species by cleaning fish to get eat parasites that could have bonded. The Cleaner Wrasse invites fish to clean their area through a calm upward and downward motion in their tails. The fish can even cleanse the insides of larger fish’s mouths as well as the gills. They are sourced through a very short supply chain that runs through the Western Indian Ocean in very small quantities This species, known as the African common cleaner and the Maldivian Worasses can thrive in your home aquarium. It requires specialized care and we suggest these species be only considered by a knowledgeable marine aquarist. The common cleaner wrasse requires lots of space to swim in because they are extremely active fish and should be kept in a tank with different shaped and colored fishes within the communal marine aquarium. A secure enclosure or canopy is vital because they can jump from open-topped aquariums, or even into unprotected overflow boxes with reef-ready displays.