Blue Spot Tamarin Wrasse also known as the Blue Spotted Wrasse or Bluespotted Wrasse are found from the Red Sea and South Africa, including the southeast coast to Easter Island, north to Japan, south to Australia.
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The Blue Spot Tamarin Wrasse have a brown black body with brilliant blue spots and blue lines over its head. Males ares olive brown green with vertical blue lines on its scales.
It requires an aquarium with a 2 inch layer of live sand in which to bury itself. It is a jumper, so a secure lid on the aquarium is required.
The Blue Spot Tamarin Wrasse may be very difficult to keep in an aquarium due to its feeding habits. When first introduced into the aquarium, live feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. It eats very small invertebrates (amphiopods) that grow on live rock. The diet should also include live, small feeder shrimps (brine, mysid) and finely chopped marine meats.