Posts Tagged ‘Cirrhilabrus’

Stunning new-to-science fairy wrasse is first-ever fish described by a Maldivian scientist

A familiar fish for some reef aquarists has a new species name. Named after Maldives’ national flower, the species is added to the tree of life as part of California Academy of Sciences’s global Hope for Reefs initiative/

08 Mar 8:23 PM 2 Read More...

Vibranium Fairy Wrasse: An Exciting New Fish Species

Named for Black Panther’s mythical nation of Wakanda, a dazzling new “Vibranium” Fairy Wrasse enchants with purple scales and a preference for deep, little-known mesophotic reefs up to 260 feet below the surface.

11 Jul 9:00 AM 0 Read More...

The Newest Fairy Wrasse!

Surprise! A new species of Fairy Wrasse is described, and it’s a stunner! Meet Cirrhilabrus cyanogularis, the Blue Throat Fairy Wrasse.

11 May 9:21 AM 0 Read More...

Quality Marine Receives New “Darwin’s Glow Fairy Wrasse”

The most remarkable part is that these wrasses actually glow red (and look magnificent) under actinic lighting.

18 Oct 2:01 PM 1 Read More...

VIDEO: Monsoon Fairy Wrasse Hits the U.S. Market

The newly-described Monsoon Fairy Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus hygroxerus) will make its US debut at MACNA 2016

31 Aug 10:00 AM 0 Read More...