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Fish Kept:Sailfin Tang, Snowflake Moray, Long Nose Butterfly, Maroon Clown, Lawnmower Blenny, Mandarin Dragonet, Blood Shrimp, Coral Banded Shrimp, Fromia Star, Banded Serpent Star
Corals/Plants Kept:Sinularia, Neon Green Toadstool, Long Polyp Toadstool, XL Toadstool, Derasa Clam, Gigas Clam, Various Zoos, Green Star Polyps, Various Mushrooms, Kenya Tree Coral, Rose Anemone, Sponge, Frogspawn, Squamosa Clam, Figi Leather Coral
Many More Coming Soon!
Advice:Be Patient! Buy Good & Oversized Equipment Before Anything Else So You Will Not Have Any Regrets! Use Lots of Natural Filtration (Double Sand Bed & Live Rock)!
Description:Latin Name Pseudocheilinus ocellatus
Common Name Mystery Wrasse
An ideal fish for the reef aquarium, this recently described species was collected for the trade long before it was described. Once thought to occur only in a few isolated areas, it has been recorded from Australia, Marshall Islands and other locations throughout the Indo-Pacific. Found only in deep water, further exploration will likely expand its range. Bold and hardy with a great appetite, The Five Bar Wrasse is ideal for the reef or fish only aquarium. Also known as "Mystery Wrasse" and "Tail Spot Wrasse". Average size is around 1"-2".