Green wrasse

The Green wrasse lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine environment.

The Green Wrasse is also referred to as the Pastel Green Wrasse or Green Coris. The body color is a most attractive, pastel green without extravagant markings. More

The green wrasse, Notolabrus inscriptus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus. More

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Green Wrasse, Pastel Green Wrasse, Green Coris Description The Green Coris is a durable fish that is safe with corals but will eat fanworms, small snails and small ornamental shrimps. Green Coris Wrasses also eat pyramidillid snails and flatworms. More

Lime Green Wrasses may be able to be kept with corals but may eat small fishes. They will also likely eat crustaceans, and other motile invertebrates (Sea Stars, and snails). Included in this list of crustaceans and invertebrates, however, are harmful species such as bristleworms and mantis shrimps. More

Green Wrasse - Halichoeres chloropterus - Pastel Green - Pastel-green - Green Coris WrasseClick to Enlarge * Aquarium Suitability : * More

Aquarium Suitability: Green Wrasse - Halichoeres chloropterus - Pastel Green - Pastel-green - Green Coris Wrasse Green Wrasse - Halichoeres chloropterus - Pastel Green - Pastel-green - Green Coris Wrasse - MANFACT-HERE Regular Price: $22.99 Our Price: $16.50 2/$31. More

The Lime Green Wrasse is from the Coral Sea and is absolutely beautiful. Lime Green Wrasses are jumpers and should be kept in an aquarium with a secure lid. More

The Green Wrasse diet should include vitamin enriched frozen mysis shrimp, vitamin enriched frozen brine shrimp, and other meaty foods along with a high quality marine flake and marine pellet food. More

Lime Green Wrasse 14 Day Guarantee Live Shipping Information Lime Green Wrasse = Lime Green Wrasse, Thalassoma lutescens, is a native of the Pacific Ocean. More

The green wrasse will eat bristle worms and pyramidellid snails protecting corals and clams. It may eat feather dusters, ornamental shrimp, tubeworms, and flatworms. Offer a variety of prepared and live meaty foods such as feeder shrimps, flaked foods, and marine fish. More

Green Wrasse, Green Coris Scientific Name: Halichoeres chloropterus Minimum Tank Si ... $14. More

The Pastel Green Wrasse is sometimes referred to as a Green Coris Wrasse, though it is not in the genus Coriss. Its pale green base color is accented with lavender markings over its body as it matures. More

Notes: The Green Wrasse requires an established aquarium with plenty of live rock and live sand. This is a very peaceful wrasse and can be housed with a wide variety of docile reef fish, including other small wrasse. More

Common names

Green wrasse in English
Labayan in Cebuano
Labayan in Davawenyo
Labayan in Tagalog
Labayan in Waray-waray
Lubay in Cebuano
Lubayan in Waray-waray
Mul-mul in Davawenyo
Solor wrasse in English
索洛海猪鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
索洛海豬魚 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Labridae
Genus : Halichoeres
Species : Halichoeres solorensis
Authority : Bleeker, 1853