Light up your home aquarium with the prismatic appearance of the Pink Creole Wrasse. The Pink Creole Wrasse is more commonly referred as Creole Reef Wrasse and Sand Reef Wrasse. The Pink Creole Wrasse is known to be the most powerful swimmer among the wrasse as it makes use of pectoral fins to propel through the water. House the Pink Creole Wrasse in a tank decorated with thick sand bed, plenty of corals and live rocks. The Pink Creole Wrasse grows to a maximum size of 8 inches, thus should be housed in a tank not less than 60 gallons that allows them enough space to swim freely. The Pink Creole Wrasse often buries itself under sand while sleeping or in search of food; make sure you add a good amount of sand bed in the aquarium. The Pink Creole Wrasse has powerful jaws by which it can easily crush food including worms. It is better to keep the ideal water conditions in the aquarium consisting temperature range of 72-78ø F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025. The Pink Creole Wrasse feeds on a diet containing variety of worms, crabs, snails, shrimps and eggs. Offer Pink Creole Wrasse regular feedings so that it can thrive.