The Marine Compatibility Guide
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The Blue Star Leopard Wrasse, also known as the Vermiculite Wrasse, or Divided Wrasse, has a distinct colour pattern. The females or juveniles have a pearly white body with a combination of mottled oranges, yellows, and browns, with light blue spots found throughout the pattern, along with a large blue to black spot on their stomach.
The males are brilliant neon green and blue with black outlines in a broken striped pattern down the length of their bodies.
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