Family - Labridae Scientific name - Macropharyngodon meleagris Common name – Leopard wrasse, Blackspot wrasse, Guinea Fowl wrasse Size – 6 ‘’ (15.2 cm) Range – South Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean Min. Aquarium size – 50 gallons (190 L) Care level – Expert only Temperament - Peaceful Foods and feeding – The Leopard wrasse is a carnivore and will eat the micro-crustaceans found in a mature reef system. They can be trained to eat frozen, but most commonly only eat live food. If you are feeding frozen they should be feed enriched brine and mysid shrimp along with other high quality marine meaty foods. Aquarium suitability - Reef compatibility – Yes Captive care – They need a deep sand bed for them to burrow in a night. They can be with members of the same species, so long as there is only one male. The males have a greenish molting with a red to orange background, whereas the females have a black-brownish molting with a white to blue background. If no males are present, one of the females will become the male. Wrasses are known jumpers so the aquarium top should be covered.