In this article, we shall discuss some of the recommended reef-tolerant, modestly sized aquarium wrasses which you can consider including some of which you should avoid with precaution. A simple rule of thumb is that most of the hogfish family will be fine but beware of those cleaner wrasses as these are extremely difficult species to keep. Bear in mind however, that success in keeping them as pets relies mainly on the factor related to how long the fish has been acclimatized to live in captive artificial aquarium environment. It is very rare, (to the extent almost impossible) to find wrasses which are home aquarium-raised or those bred in aquaculture industry because the success rate to actually nurture them from young to become adult fish is extremely low, thus making it not viable.
Cuban Hogfish (Bodianus pulchellus) - Reef Safe
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