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only known from the seychelles and off kenya, indian ocean. it is readily identified by its pointed caudal fin and thin, hair-like filament on the dorsal fin of the male. a deep water species that occurs on rubble slopes near reefs. length to about 65mm.
the diamond tail flasher wrasse, paracheilinus attenuatus, is one of the rarest and most highly sought after flasher wrasses. the species was long synonymized with p. mccoskeri but john randall described and split off the species from specimens collected in the sychelles. this gorgeous bright-bellied flasher wrasse was recently imported from kenya where its glory was not lost on its
african diamond tail dwarf parrot (paracheilinus attenuates) -. african diamond tail flasher wrasse (paracheilinus attenuatus), is an attractive reef-safe wrasse sure to steal the spotlight in any aquarium. this hardy wrasse species adapts well to established home aquariums, making it a
product description. paracheilinus attenuatus (diamond tail flasher wrasse) paracheilinus attenuatus (diamond tail flasher wrasse) is an african endemic and is one of the most spectacular reef safe fish you can buy. they are almost never available. careful
of the twenty recognized species of paracheilinus wrasses, few are quite so revered and expensive within the aquarium trade as p. attenuatus, known variably as the seychelles flasherwrasse, african attenuate flasherwrasse or diamond-tail flasherwrasse. this piscine rarity has a limited range in the wild and is seldom encountered, and so it is only infrequently made available from aquarium
the diamond tail flasher wrasse (paracheilinus attenuatus) is the most well-known rare flasher wrasse, and for good reason. this fish will steal the show in any aquarium with its electric blue highlights contrasting on its red body. the diamond tail makes this fish easily recognizable and an instant centerpiece fish. t
hello reefers, we got a really nice shipment of fish and inverts in today. in the shipment were 4 diamondtail flasher wrasse. contact us for more details powder blue tang sm yellow doctorfish med sailfin tang sm orange spine unicorn med yellow belly hippo sm blue eye surgeon...
my diamond tail wrasse today. growing fast. the larger one already 1.5 and the smaller one 1.25 inches. pictures today. i am quite happy with the 'pair'. both are eating extremely well as evidence by their round stomach. larger:
the diamond-scale mullet is silvery-grey with black scale margins. it has a truncate caudal fin. juveniles have black pectoral fins. diamond scale mullet are one of the largest mullet and can grow up to 5.5 kg. they grows to 55 cm in length. they are more prolific in the northern waters of australia.
the orange black fairy wrasse will expect three or four meals a day. generally they will hunt around the reef all day, eating small bits of food as they scour their surroundings. in the home aquarium the microorganisms they feed on do not replenish themselves quickly enough to feed a wrasse, even when paired with two meals a day.
the golden rhomboidalis wrasse, also known as the diamond-tail fairy wrasse, originates solely from the marshall islands. in nature, they occur close to the substrate within the sand and rubble zones of the reef. they are gold in color with a vibrant blue head. their entire body is marked with a maze-like series of lines, and their tale is
we stock over 200 marine tanks full of marine fish. all fish are sourced from responsible shippers with cites certificates where required. if you would like us to order any unusual species for you, give us a call and well be happy to help. marine fish (this is a guide only) order today in stock 
the diamond tail flasher wrasse requires an established 55 gallon (or larger) aquarium with a tight-fitting lid since it is a jumper. in the wild, the diamond tail flasher wrasse are often found along reef slopes and rubble zones where they swim near the bottom and forming small groups in which the male swims back and forth between groups of females.
the female diamond tail flasher wrasse is more subdued in coloration and overall appearance with smaller fins. the diamond tail flasher wrasse requires an established 55 gallon (or larger) aquarium with a tight-fitting lid since it is a jumper.
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a male (terminal phase) diamond wrasse, anampses caeruleopunctatus, at north solitary island, new south wales, may 2016. reddish anal and pelvic fins and a narrow transparent margin on the tail. juveniles have a broad transparent margin on the caudal fin which lacks the pale blue spots of females. a narrow blue margin and black
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a very small wrasse with different colour phases. juveniles and females (initial phase) are greenish-yellow to dark green with five irregular black bars on posterior sides, blue markings around the eye and a black spot at the rear of the dorsal- and anal-fin bases.
the yellowtail wrasse is also referred to as the yellow-tail tamarin, or spotted wrasse. it has a black body covered with varying sized white dots. the tail is bright yellow. it eats very small invertebrates (amphipods) that grow on live rock. the diet should also include live, small feeder shrimps (brine, mysid) and finely chopped marine meats. wrasse for sale online with live arrival and
tail spot pygmy cory (corydoras hastatus) group of 5. $ 49.99. one of the most active and attractively marked of the pygmy cory species, the tail spot or black diamond pygmy cory is found only in the rio guapore basin in southern brazil, where they occur in huge shoals of hundreds or
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the lined wrasse has a black to brownish body with while horizontal lines or spots on the side. the terminal phase (tp) male has a black tail with a white bar across the base. intermediate phase (ip) males or females have a red tail with a white bar. the lined wrasse grows to 12 and may bury in sand at night for protection.
the diamond tail flasher wrasse, paracheilinus attenuatus, is one of the most attractive yet lesser known species of wrasses from the indian ocean. weve given a lot of attention to fairy wrasses of the cirrhilabrus genus this year, but we still have lots of love for the gorgeous flasher wrasses of the genus paracheilinus .
african clown wrasser (coris gaimard africana) bicolor cleaner wrasser (labroides bicolor) clown coris wrasse (coris angulata) diamond tail wrasser (paracheilinus attenuatus) divided wrasser (macropharyngodon bipartitus) lined wrasse, white-dashed wrasse (anampses lineatus) 1; 2; 3; quick contact. m: 254 721 448 919.
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