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Gomphosus caeruleus Lacepede 1801, the Blue, or Red Sea Bird Wrasse (1) is found in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea. Males are dark azure blue, and females white to yellow below and dark greenish blue above. To one foot in length. A full size terminal/male in the upper Red Sea 2019.

Halichoeres hortulanus (Lacepede 1801), the Checkerboard Wrasse (2), comes in two varieties, the more common one from the Pacific and a more colorful color morph in the Indian Ocean into the Red Sea.  A full size terminal/male in the upper Red Sea 2019.

Hemigymnus melapterus (Bloch 1791), the Blackeye Thicklip Wrasse (2).  Indo-Pacific, including the Red Sea, east to Tahiti. To thirty six inches in the wild.  A full size terminal/male in the upper Red Sea 2019.

Hologymnosus annulatus (Lacepede 1801), the Ring Wrasse (2). Indo-Pacific, including the Red Sea east to the Marianas. To sixteen inches in length. Here is a image of a juvenile (3"), in the Red Sea 2019.
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