Temminicki Fairy Wrasse: Female - Cirrhilabrus is also known as Threadfin Wrasse or Peacock Flasher Wrasse. Their stripes are known to turn blue when the male is excited and thus they are often called the Blue-stripe Fairy Wrasses; they have two distinct stripes on their side.A 2-3 inch sand bed so they can bury themselves in the sand to sleep or hide. Live Rock should be provided for all Fairy and Filament Wrasses. The Live Rock provides
numerous small life forms that the Wrasses consider a tasty treat as well as another place to hide when they feel threatened.