Darwin’s Glow Fairy Wrasse



The Darwins Glow Wrasse is brand new to the world of aquariums and has a stunning glow red when lit by actinic. This tranquil fish is a an excellent feature for your tank. Males in adulthood are more bright and flashier than female counterparts. This Darwins fairy wrasse is a species that will thrive in an aquarium that is fish-only or reef that is 50 gallons or more. It requires a protected area far from glowing lights. They are not a nuisance to corals or other invertebrates, which makes them the perfect fish for reef aquariums. They are known to leap, which is why it is recommended to have a sturdy canopy. It is recommended that the Darwins Glow-colored Fairy Worasses' diet should comprise mysis shrimp with vitamin enrichment frozen as well as vitamin-rich brine shrimp frozen in brine, and other meaty meals, in addition to an excellent marine flake and marine pellets. Approximate Size of Purchase: Small: 1-1/2" to 2"; Medium: 2" to 3"; Large: 3" to 4"  
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Darwin's Glow Fairy Wrasse Information This Darwin's Fairy Wrasse will thrive in either a reef or fish-only aquarium that is 50 gallons or more. It requires a shaded space free of glowing lights. They won't bother corals or other invertebrates, which makes them a perfect fish for reef aquariums. These wrasses love to leap, which is why they require a tight fitting canopy.   Darwin's Glow Fairy Wrasse Diet It is recommended that the Darwin's Glow Fairy Wrasse diet must include enriched frozen mysis shrimp and vitamin enriched frozen brine shrimp, as well as other meaty meals, as well as high quality marine flake and marine pellets.  
Large, Medium, Small
6 lbs


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