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- Sep 1, 2021
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I didn’t actually know there was a new flasher from January, but I guess it may be because it’s only really big when given a scientific name. It’s beautiful but if I’m honest I still would rather grab a Rubricaudalis.That's a photo of the undescribed flasher wrasse that was discovered in January 2023 in American Samoa.
But I agree this vendor doesn't have the best track record for ID'ing flasher wrasses... they were notorious for selling female C. africanus as female P. attenuatus.
This is a Prosopeion wrasse - they’re known as Two Tone, Bicolour Sunshine, and another common name that I can’t quite remember (I’m not great with common names).Any idea what wrasse this is? I have in Qt at the moment and was told it’s a Bicolor Sunshine Fiji wrasse. Never heard or seen this thing. It’s about 4”