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Photo Of The Week - Mysteri White Bar (Pseudocheilinus ocellatus cf)

Photo Of The Week - Mysteri White Bar (Pseudocheilinus ocellatus cf)
We bet you haven't seen the Mysteri White Bar wrasse (Pseudocheilinus ocellatus cf) in quite a while and for a good reason. In the wild, the alluring and small Mysteri White Bar wrasse is found in reefs of the western south Pacific ocean. Although this is a widespread area to find this beautiful wrasse, divers often miss seeing it because it is a shy fish that spends most of its time hiding deep in reef caves and crevices, which is why it isn't often seen in aquariums. When it is seen in aquariums, hobbyists tend to house it in reef aquariums with other peaceful fish. Since this wrasse can become territorial, we recommend that it be the last fish added if it will be added to a community tank. For continued health, provide it with a varied diet of meaty frozen and dry foods.