Disappearing Wrasse - Pseudocheilinus evanidus - Small
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The Disappearing Wrasse, or Striated Wrasse is red-orange with faint white lines on the sides and a white line from the lip to the cheek. Disappearing wrasses are known for their cryptic and solitary nature. They spend much of their time browsing on rubble and rock, but are quick to retreat if startled. They will eat small benthic invertebrates and small crustaceans found in established rock.
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|Common Name||Disappearing Wrasse - Small|
|Scientific Name||Pseudocheilinus evanidus|
|Difficulty||Easy to Moderate|
|Invert Safe||Yes, with caution|
|Max Size (in inches)||3|
|Min Tank Size (in gallons)||20|
|Specific Gravity Range||1.020-1.024|
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