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Fish Database

China Wrasse

Scientific Name: Anampses neoguinaicus

Species:
Color:
Aggressiveness: Non-Aggressive
Diet: Formula I & II, Mysis shrimp
Max Size:
Minimum Tank Size: 55 gallons
Relative Care: Experts Only
Photo Courtesy of Too Fishy

A very beautiful wrasse that is very hard to keep. Most will not eat and spend a lot of their time in the sand, so a sand bed is needed. The China Wrasse needs to be kept with non-aggressive fish. Even though it’s very temping to get this fish because of its beauty, it should really not be purchased as most, if not all, die.

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