Add some more color and light to your home aquarium with this magnificent Rainbow Wrasse. The Rainbow Wrasse is often referred to as the Five-striped Surge Wrasse, Five-striped Surge Rainbowfish, Red-ribbon Wrasse, Rainbow Wrasse, Pinkface Wrasse Lunate-Tailed Wrasses, Fivestripe Rainbowfish, Five-striped Wrasse, Five-striped Rainbowfish, Fivestripe Surge Wrasse, Fivestripe Surge Rainbowfish, and Pinkface Rainbowfish. The Rainbow Wrasse can reach up to a mature size of 6 inches, so, better to house the Rainbow Wrasse in a tank of not less than 55 gallons. Make sure you have provided clean and filtered water with ideal temperature and pH range to this Rainbow Wrasse. The Rainbow Wrasse is known as a good jumper, so opting for a covered tank would be a great idea. The Rainbow Wrasse is highly aggressive in nature and should not be housed with peaceful fishes. The Rainbow Wrasse feeds on small peaceful fishes so should not be housed with smaller fishes. If you want to add a companion to the aquarium of the Rainbow Wrasse, you can go for the fish large in size and relatively more aggressive in nature. It does not require any expert level care, and can be considered a good fish for a beginner aquarist. The Rainbow Wrasse is a carnivorous fish, and mainly feeds on meaty foods including invertebrates and zoo-planktons. Regular diet and good water conditions can help keeping Rainbow Wrasse peaceful for oftentimes.