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Coris angulata
 

Coris angulata

The Coris clown wrasse grows to 1 m in the wild but does not exceed 30 cm in an aquarium. The juveniles are characterized by their large, red dorsal patches, which fade when they reach a length of 10-15 cm. The adults are a uniform brownblack. Aggressive towards other wrasses, this fish buries itself at night, or when in danger.

Coris angulata

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