Family - Labridae Scientific name - Anampses melanurus Common name – White dashed, Whit spotted Wrasse Size – 5 in (13 cm) Range – Indo-Pacific Min. Aquarium size - 90 gal (341 L) Care Level - Expert Temperament - Peaceful Foods and feeding - It often refuses to eat in captivity, but if you can get it to eat it should be fed a variety of high quality meaty marine foods. It normally eats small invertebrates, especially small crustaceans, it finds on the rockwork. Aquarium suitability – Please leave this fish in the ocean Reef compatibility - Yes Captive care - This fish will fight with members of its own species, but is peaceful towards other fish. The White Dashed wrasse doesn’t have a record of success in the home aquarium. If you are going to attempt to keep this difficult fish, you should have a large aquarium with plenty of rock and small crustaceans for it to eat. They also require a sand bed of at least 3 inches to burrow in at night. Wrasses are known jumpers so the aquarium top should be covered.