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…


Cirrhilabrus Complexes: Inferiority Need Not Apply

Cirrhilabrus, the “Fairy Wrasses”, are one of the most elegant, active, and colorful reef fish. Their appeal in a reef tank is common to many, but not all have a well-rounded understanding of the capability amongst them. Enter the notion of “complexes”: groupings of very Read more here…