Wrasse, Halichoeres melanurus, also known as the Tail-Spot Wrasse and Hoeven’s
Wrasse, is a species of wrasse in the western Pacific from Japan to Samoa and
Tonga and south to the Great Barrier Reef. This species is found along rocky
shores or on coral reefs at depths from 3.3 to 49.2 ft. It can reach 4.7 in in
Its diet consists of
flatworms, fireworms, tubeworms, shrimp, parasites, feather dusters. Prepared food for this fish consists of
feeder shrimps, flake food and other frozen foods.