Red Coris Wrasses are originally from the waters of the Pacific Ocean, around the islands of Hawaii and Fiji. Red Ccoris Wrasses grow to around 1 foot 2 inches at full length and should be kept in an aquarium of at least 100 gallons in size to provide them with plenty of swimming and living room. Red Coris Wrasses are carnivores and should be fed a steady diet of mollusks, crabs, urchins, and other meaty preparations for best health. Red Coris Wrasse are aggressive, and can be a bit difficult to care for. For this reason we only recommend that the experienced aquarium owner attempt to care for this fish.
Origin: Pacific Ocean, Fiji and Hawaii Islands
Size: Can grow to 1 foot, 2 inches at full length.
Feeding: Carnivore, should be fed mollusks, crab and urchins.
Aquarium: Saltwater, cannot be kept in a reef aquarium.
Minimum Tank Size: 100 Gallons
Compatibility: Can be kept in a community aquarium with caution.