General information regarding Goldbar Wrasse
The Goldbar Wrasse has an elegant golden bar that separates the head and body. The olive-gold head, spliced with a brilliant blue contrast is what makes this fish from the Labridae family a sought-after feature in almost every home aquarium. The Goldbar Wrasse has a striking blueish, purple-hazed body which adds interest to the visual as the fish swims in live rocks. The species is native to the African coasts The Goldbar Wrasse thrives in shallow lagoons as well as seaward reefs that are in superficial to moderately deeper waters. The Goldbar Wrasse does well in larger aquariums with a variety of rock work within which they can swim, hide, or search for food. The Goldbar Wrasse is best kept in a tank alongside fish with similar temperaments. Although they are generally considered coral-friendly, they can be very territorial and may be aggressive towards new corals or plants that have been added to the tank after their introduction. If you’re thinking of adding a new coral to your tank, you might want to introduce it last.