General information regarding Formosa Wrasse
The Formosa Wrasse’s adult and juvenile appearances vary greatly. In the juvenile stage it’s body colour is orange, with white tiger stripes running across the back. The fins and stripes are highlighted in black. As adults, females sport a dark blue and green body with black spots with red accents on the fins and a thin blue diagonal stripe that runs across the face in orange. Males sport a light blue body, with vertical blue stripes, and a few green stripes across the face. It requires an aquarium that has at least 4-6 inches of sand, in which it can lay its eggs. It is a superb hunter, and leaves no stone left unturned (literally) in the search for food. The Formosa Wrasse can consume crabs, urchins, shrimp, and other small invertebrates.