Red Head Fairy Wrasse (male)
The Red Head Fairy Wrasse, also called the Red-eye Wrasse, is a peaceful and easy to keep fish. The Red Head Wrasse will eat Marine flake and pellets and is tolerant of a wide range of water conditions. Cirrhilabrus solorensis is a species of wrasse native to the western Pacific Ocean from Indonesia to the Philippines and Palau. It inhabits coral reefs, living in groups among the branches of branching coral. It can be found at depths from 6 to 40 m, though rarely deeper than 28 m.
- Scientific name: Cirrhilabrus solorensis
- Origin: Philippines
- Max Size: 5 inches
- Diet: Marine flake and pellet, frozen foods
- Shipping Size: Approx. Small 1 to 2 inches, Medium: 2 to 3 inches, Large 3 to 4 inches