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Fish Database

Mystery Wrasse

Scientific Name: Pseudocheilinus Ocellatus

Species:
Color:
Aggressiveness: Non-Aggressive
Diet: Formula I & II, Flake, Mysis shrimp
Max Size:
Minimum Tank Size: 75gal
Relative Care: Medium
Photo Courtesy of Snowsurfer (Reef Central)

A very expensive wrasse that does very well in the reef tank. You need to be careful mixing other wrasse with it as it can be aggressive against them. Needs a secure top as it’s a jumper. The white bars on the body slow fade away over time, to the point where full adults mayn’t have any.

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