The Lunare Wrasse, also called the Lyretail Wrasse, are often blue and green with lavender markings on the face and fins. The tail has a yellow center. Juveniles tend to have paler coloration. In the wild they school in small groups with one dominant male. They need good water movement, good water quality, and plenty of swimming room. Lunar wrasses are very active during the day and sleep at night. The Lunare Wrasse should not be kept with invertebrates as they may be destructive, especially as they grow. They will voraciously eat most meaty frozen foods – as well as reef tanks.
- Scientific Name: Thalassoma Lunare
- Family: Labrdae
- Max Size: 8 inches
- Food: Frozen mysis shrimp, vitamin enriched frozen brine shrimp, and other meaty foods along with a high quality marine flake and marine pellet food.
- Shipping Size: Small: 1 to 2 inches; Md: 3 to 4 inches; Lg 4 to 5 inches; X Large: 5″ to 7″