Striated wrasse

The Striated wrasse lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 6 - 61 m , usually - 20 m environment.

Common name: Striated Wrasse, Scarlet Pin Stripe, Secretive Wrasse Scientific name: Pseudocheilinus evanidus Max size: 3 in / 7.5 cm pH: 8.1-8.4 Salinity: 1.020-1.025 Temperature: 72-78ºF (22-26°C) The Striated wrasse is a stunning little fish. More

The Disappearing Wrasse, or Striated Wrasse is red-orange with faint white lines on the sides and a white line from the lip to the cheek. Disappearing wrasses are known for their cryptic and solitary nature. More

Common names

Bok in Marshall
Bok in Marshallese (Kajin M̧ajeļ)
Disappearing wrasse in English
Hime-nisemochino-uo in Japanese (日本語)
Pin-striped wrasse in English
Pinstripe wrasse in English
Pseudocheilinus evanidus in Catalan (Català)
Scarlet wrasse in English
Striated wrasse in English
Sugale-manifi in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
Sugale-tusitusi in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
Ulugsuy in Tagbanwa Calamian
Ulugsuy in Unknown
姬拟唇鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
姬拟唇鱼 in Unknown
姬擬唇魚 in Mandarin Chinese
姬擬唇魚 in Unknown

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Labridae
Genus : Pseudocheilinus
Species : Pseudocheilinus evanidus
Authority : Jordan and Evermann, 1903