Disappearing Wrasses come from the waters of the Indo-Pacific Ocean and also around the Islands of Hawaii. Disappearing Wrasses grow to around 3 inches at full length and should be kept in an aquarium of at least 30 gallons to provide enough swimming and living room for these fish. Disappearing Wrasses are carnivores and should be fed small crustaceans and brine shrimp and other meaty preparations for best health. Disappearing Wrasses are peaceful with most fish, but can be aggressive with other Wrasses. Disappearing Wrasses can be kept by the experienced aquarium owner with not too many problems.
Origin: Indo-Pacific, Hawaii
Size: Can grow up to 3 inches in length.
Feeding: Carnivore, should be fed plenty of meaty preparations for best health.
Aquarium: Saltwater, can be kept in a reef aquarium.
Minimum Tank Size: 30 gallons
Compatibility: Can be kept in a community aquarium, but may be aggressive to other species of Wrasses.