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Fish Database

Two Spot Maori Wrasse

Scientific Name: Oxycheilinus bimaculatus

Species:
Color:
Aggressiveness: Highly Aggressive
Diet: Omnivore
Max Size:
Minimum Tank Size: 75 gallon
Relative Care: Easy
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The Twinspot Maori (Oxycheilinus bimaculatus) is an aggressive fish that reaches a max size of about 6 inches. It’s identified by its spade shaped tail, which comes to a long point. They will eat many prepared foods including pellets and flakes. They will also eat small invertebrates so if you place them into a reef tank you need to take that into consideration. They like a lot of rock work for hiding. A beautiful fish for a fish-only system.

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