Where does the blue headed wrasse live?
The bluehead wrasse is a wrasse with a small body that lives on coral reefs in the Caribbean Sea and the waters that are close by, including Florida, Bermuda, and the Gulf of Mexico.
Is Blue Headed wrasse reef safe?
The Bluehead Wrasse is a carnivore that can eat crustaceans, invertebrates, and other small animals, but not corals or macroalgae. Because of this, it may be considered reef safe, but proceed with caution.
How big is a blue headed wrasse?
Blueheads reach sexual maturity at lengths as small as 1.5 inches (3.8 cm), with a maximum reported age of 3 years and a maximum length of 9.8 inches (25 cm).
How does a blue headed wrasse reproduce?
Reproduction and Growth The dash-and-release method of spawning is used by this species, which spawns in pairs with a single male and a single female at midday. Larger members of this species spawn in pairs with a single male and a single female.