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Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) - Coris gaimard - Yellowtail Coris - Red Coris

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Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) - Coris gaimard Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) is red with white saddles. Red Coris Wrasse (Juneville) appears very closely in coloration to the Formosa Wrasse but has little to no pronounced black markings on its anal and dorsal fins. As an adult it has a very different but still spectacular transformation that is well appreciated in any fish only system. The Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) is a medium maintenance fish. This specimen is not usually aggressive toward other fishes though it is reported they may sometimes harass fish that are very much smaller as compared to itself. The Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) is a salt water fish and is found mostly in Fiji and Hawaii. Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) does not have reef aquarium compatibility. Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) feeds on a wide array of invertebrates, including snails, sand dwelling bivalves, hermit crabs, crabs, chitons, shrimp, isopods, amphipods and sea urchins. Larger individuals regularly flip over corals and live rock. Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) is a very delicate species and should not be considered by apprehensive hobbyists. Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) is difficult to keep and can be kept only by an expert aquarist. It needs a lot of experience to handle Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile). Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) requires constant feeding. They are to be fed at least twice or day or may be thrice would be better. It can be offered a diet of frozen prepared foods, minced fresh table shrimp, and a good flake food. Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) have a high metabolism and are very difficult to maintain. Be sure they get enough to eat by feeding them at least three times daily and don't keep them with boisterous fishes or fishes that to that feed too boldly. The Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) prefers a tank of at least 100 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim. Young individuals are usually fairly passive towards other fishes. Multiple Red Coris Wrasses (Juvenile) can be housed together, but may fight as they become larger. Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) will occasionally clean the body surface of other fishes, apparently in attempt to remove parasites and dead tissue. Maximum Size:
The Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) grows up to 14 inches. General Size Specifications:
The Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) is generally available in 1 to 3 inches. Minimum Tank Size:
The Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) prefers a tank of at least 100 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim. Water Conditions: Keep water quality high (SG 1.020 - 1.025, pH 8.1 - 8.4, Temp. 72 - 78Á F). It prefers high light. Habitat:
Range: Fiji, Hawaii Feeding and Diet:
The Red Coris Wrasse (Juvenile) is a carnivore and likes to eat variety of chopped meats (flatworms, clam, crab, scallop, shrimp, squid, urchins).