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Twinspot Maori Wrasse
Oxycheilinus bimaculatus
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Tank Stats
Size: 2-4 inches
Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Aggressive
Reef Safe: No
Diet: Meaty, crustaceans
Origin: Hawaii
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Coral Safe: Yes
Invertebrate Safe: No
Minimum Tank Size: 30 gallon

The TwinSpot Maori Wrasse, often referred as the Cheeklined Wrasse, can add more light and color to any home aquarium. The TwinSpot Maori Wrasse is relatively aggressive in nature but being a member of labridae family it can turn out to be a very nice pet. The maximum growth of a Twinspot Maori Wrasse is 5 inches, so keeping it in a tank of 50 gallons is adequate. Housing the Twinspot Maori Wrasse within a well-furnished tank, having fine sand substrate, a lot of live rocks and corals is preferable. As the TwinSpot Maori Wrasse is a delightful addition and likes to rub and dig a lot in the sand, we recommend you to add a good amount of sand in the tank. It is not tough to take care of a Twinspot Maori Wrasse, but a moderate level care is preferred. The TwinSpot Maori Wrasse is not a reef-compatible species, and should not be kept in a reef tank. A Twinspot Maori Wrasse preys on ornamental mollusks, worms, crustaceans, and small fishes. The most suitable water conditions for Oxycheilinus bimaculatus comprise temperature range going maximum 82 degrees of Fahrenheit and pH of 8.4. The TwinSpot Maori Wrasse is a carnivore fish that can be fed with almost anything including bristle worms, small mantis shrimps, small fishes, ornamental crustaceans, and motile invertebrates whether snails or serpent stars. Feeding it regularly is the best way to reduce risks of nutritional deficiencies that helps it to thrive well in the tank.

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