Exquisite Fairy Wrasse



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Male Exquisite Fairy Wrasse is green with vibrant red markings. The bright red markings be different depending on the area where it was taken. There may be blues and yellows, oranges, and even purples on the body, based on the mood. Females typically don't have as prominent markings as males. A 90-gallon or bigger aquarium, only for fish or with an area shaded is advised. The Exquisite Wrasse doesn't attack corals or invertebrates, which makes the perfect fish to be kept in the reef aquarium. They do love to leap, and the proper fitting of a canopy is required. The Exquisite Fairy Worasse diet must include vitamin-enriched frozen mysis shrimps, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp frozen in brine, and other meaty food items, in addition to the highest quality marine flake as well as marine pellets. Approximate Size of Purchase: Medium: 2" to 3"; Large: 3" to 4"  
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General information regarding Exquisite Fairy Wrasse Male Exquisite Fairy Wrasse is green with vibrant red markings. Its bright red markings could differ based on the place from where it was taken. There may be oranges, blues and purples adorning the body depending on the mood. Females usually aren't as adorned with prominent markings as males. A medium or large size aquarium, whether only for fish or with an area shaded is advised. The Exquisite Wrasse won't attack corals or invertebrates, which makes them a perfect fish for reef aquariums. They do love to jump so a tight fitting lid is required.
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6 lbs


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