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Mystery Wrasse

Introduction to the Mystery Wrasse The Mystery Wrasse, who is also known as the Whitebarred Wrasse is quite obviously different from any other lined wrasse. As seen in the other Wrasses, it doesn’t have the horizontal lines that many are known for. The Mystery wrasse...

Dragon Wrasse

Introduction to the Dragon Wrasse These wrasses are very beautiful specimens, with great coloring and interesting to watch in a home aquarium. The Dragon Wrasse gets their unique name of "Rockmover Wrasse" from a reputation of enjoying moving small rocks, shells and...

Wrasses

Wrasses Wrasses can be one of the best additions to a home aquarium with their beautiful coloring, active lifestyle and social behaviors. It should be noted that like all species there can be exceptions. Some Wrasse species can be hard to keep in a home aquarium,...

Six Line Wrasse

Introduction to the Six Line Wrasse The little Six Line Wrasse is a beautiful fish both visually and behaviorally. They are hardy, easy to keep and extremely popular in the home aquarium. The Six Line Wrasse is very abundant through fish shops, almost everyone who has...

Leopard Wrasse

Introduction to the Leopard Wrasse As seen in all the Leopard Wrasses, this one has a very distinctive spotted Leopard like decoration. It is however, not only known as the Blackspotted Wrasse, but also as the Guinea Fowl Wrasse. All Wrasses in the Macropharyngodon...

Bluehead Wrasse

Introduction to the Bluehead Wrasse The Bluehead Wrasse is a very energetic fish and does well with being fed frequently during the day to help maintain these high energy levels. They are very active during day time hours and will be seen popping in and out of small...

Cleaner Wrasse

Introduction to the Cleaner Wrasse The Common Cleaner Wrasse and the Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse are the two most often wrasses refereed to. There are 5 different species of Labroides with the Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse being the most well known of all. In the tropical...

Domino Damsel

Introduction to the Domino Damsel The Domino Damsel, Dascyllus trimaculatus, is well known for being one of the most dashing Damselfish as a juvenile. It is a small black fish with a very distinct while spot on its forehead and another pronounced white spot on its...

Azure Damsel

Introduction to the Azure Damsel Chrysiptera hemicyanea, or the Azure Damselfish is known for its beauty. A small hardy fish that won’t grow any bigger than 2 ¾ inches or 7cms long. They have a wonderful electric blue/purple and yellow pattern to them. They have a...

Breeding Saltwater Fish

Introduction Breeding saltwater fish can be a difficult process to be successful with. However, with the correct methods and strict attention to detail, you can successfully breed certain species in captivity, and even make an income from it if you wish....