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The Cirrhilabrus lunatus or crescent tail fairy wrasse is an elegant fish with a crescent tailed moniker. An adult wrasse displays a variable coloration and a rich tangerine. A vibrant spectrum of green, purple, and underlying orange is a common sight as you take a glance at this fairy wrasse. The crescent tail fairy wrasse features subdued yellow bands near its pectoral fins which elongate to cover the lateral line. These stripes never make to the caudal peduncle. A native to Okinawa, Ogasawara, Izu, Bonin and the Kochi regions, this crescent tail fairy wrasse is most commonly found hosting ?pintail? fairy wrasse. An adult perciform wrasse features a black spot on the upper part of caudal fin and three red stripes on its upper body. They are called ?sexually dichromatic? as both male and female display almost same colors with the same intensity. However, unlike many, female wrasses are considered more captivating than their male counterparts.