General information about pink Streaked Wrasse
It is considered to be one of the most desirable reef wrasses to aquarists Pink-Streaked Wrasse small and colorful fish that makes a great inclusion to every reef tank (even that of the nano-reef). They also are sexually dichromatic, with males sporting more prominent yellow lines along the body and bluish-gray markings along the cover of the gills. While it’s shy initially, it will eventually become very bold and spends an extensive amount of time out in the open. It is a great eater, taking frozen food and flake food. It is not noticed by the majority of its tankmates, however, the closely-related Pseudocheilinus wrasses might be chasing it, but the Pink-Streaked Wrasse is more inactive. In the event that the tank’s big enough and has numerous hiding places it is likely that the P. ataenia can swim among the branches on the hard or soft corals.