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Cymolutes lecluse (Quoy & Gaimard 1824), the Sharp-Headed Wrasse. Hawaiian endemic. To seven inches in length. Cruises over/under sandy areas, feeds on fishes. A male off of Kailua, Big Island
Iniistius pavo (Valenciennes 1840), the Peacock Wrasse... to 35 cm. Red Sea to Eastern Pacific. A female. in Kona, HI.

Iniistius pavo (Valenciennes 1840), the Peacock Wrasse... to 35 cm. Red Sea to Eastern Pacific. A female in the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea.
Novaculichthys taeniourus (Lacepede 1801), the Rock Mover, Dragon or Indian Wrasse (2) is a very hardy fish that is more often killed by aquarists than dies from other influences. As an aquarium specimen this species requires regular "beefy" feedings of animal-based foods. It is a gluttonous feeder that quickly starves if underfed. Not for reef tanks, Razorfishes are territorial and aggressive fishes. To about a foot in length.  A female/initial phase animal in Kona, HI.
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