leopard wrasse

The M. bipartitus (female shown) natural diet is almost exclusively shelled protozoa and small snails.

Super Star Of The Reef

The Blue Star Leopard Wrasse–Macropharyngodon bipartitus By Terry Lauderdale The Blue Star Leopard Wrasse, also referred to as the Divided Wrasse, Vermiculite Wrasse (as well as a few other common names) is one of thirteen species of leopard wrasse in the Macropharyngodon genus. As with Read more here…

flasher wrasse photo via reef2reef member gparr

Reef Wrasse: Aquarium Duty

Every fish has its reasons on this planet. Some are designed to control fish populations. Other fish have evolved into algae grazers. There are even fish who are designed to keep specific coral safe from predators or threats. Today’s topic is the group of reef Read more here…