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Cirrhilabrus solorensis, Redheaded or Solar Fairy Wrasse. Male in an aquarium, females in Gili Air, Lombok and N. Sulawesi, Indonesia (1); Only comes out of Indonesia. Female in the Gilis, Lombok, Indo.
 

Coris ballieui Vaillant & Sauvage 1875, the Sand Wrasse. Known from Hawaii's islands in the central Pacific. To thirteen inches. Rarely imported and this is a great shame. A good-looking smaller member of the genus that would probably do well for aquarists. This one photographed at the Waikiki Aquarium.



Coris hewitti Randall 1999. Eastern Central Pacific; Marquesas endemic. Found over rock and sand bottoms. To 14 cm. Male/terminal phase individual Nuku Hiva pix.
 

Coris julis (Linnaeus 1758), the Mediterranean Rainbow Wrasse. Eastern Atlantic; Sweden to Gabon, including the Mediterranean. To a foot in length. Rarely seen in the trade in the West. Aquarium photo.
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