Temmincki Fairy Wrasse: Male, Size 2 – 3 inches

Cirrhilabrus temmincki male


The Temminck’s Fairy Wrasse, also known as the Temminck’s Coris or the Coris temminckii, is a species of marine fish that is native to the Indo-Pacific region. It is a small fish, typically growing to a maximum length of about 4 inches. The male Temminck’s Fairy Wrasse is distinctive in appearance, with a bright red head and a blue-green body. It is a popular species in the aquarium trade and is known for its beautiful coloring and peaceful nature. In the wild, Temminck’s Fairy Wrasses can be found in reefs and lagoons at depths of up to 50 feet, where they feed on small invertebrates and algae. They are typically found in the Indo-Pacific region, including the Philippines, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.

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