General information on Neon Wrasse
The neon wrasse can be among the easiest wrasses to identify in any color phase. Adults sport a golden to yellow head, with a black vertical stripe that is visible behind the pectoral fin. This bar is joined with a large black area on the upper part and extending towards the caudal peduncle’s top as well as the upper caudal fin, and blue beneath. The juveniles are yellow and have an aqua-blue stripe running across their sides. Aquariums are required in order to house the Neon Wrasse. They’re peaceful with other fish, however, they are territorial, and border on aggressive towards other species, so it is recommended to keep one in each tank. They need ample swimming space and great conditions in the water.