Information on Dusky Wrasse
The Dusky Wrasse is a comparatively undiscovered beauty because of its occasional appearance in the aquarium trade. The Dusky Wrasse represents members of the Halichoeres family, showing a lot of the ability to be gregarious once it is accustomed to its new habitat. In the same way, coloration can vary greatly according to age and gender. Juveniles and females exhibit soft coloration which stands out against the stunning beauty of a male with mating colors. Males of adulthood Dusky Wrasse is a real peacock that has a range of colors that shine through a predominant blue dusky coloration. Colors of jewel-like orange and red contrast with the striking green crescent pattern on the bottom of the caudal fin. A bright yellow undertone in the sun illuminates the front of the dusky, creating a stunning impact. The best setup that will benefit the Dusky Wrasse is an existing saltwater aquarium that is well-established and has live rock. Include a vast space of open substrate along with open areas to swim. A sandy bottom of about 2 inches deep is a good place for those who hide at night or when scared. Place the Dusky Wrasse among other peaceful tank mates like its species.