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Pseudocheilinus tetrataenia Schultz 1960, take a guess, yes; the Fourline Wrasse. Like all members of the genus is best kept one to a tank. Western central Pacific. To three inches total length. Aquarium pic.
 


Pseudojuloides atavai Randall & Randall 1981, the Polynesian Wrasse. This is a female of the species. Unfortunately a member of a very touchy aquarium genus (often commonly called Pencil Wrasses). These fishes handle capture, shipping and handling very poorly. Found on the islands of the Pacific Plate, Guam to Society, Tuamotus.
Cook Islands.



Pseudojuloides cerasinus (Snyder 1904), the Smalltail Pencil Wrasse (3)(male pictured) is the only member of the genus to be offered in any number. Even out of Hawai'i, specimens are difficult to keep alive. Aquarium pic of a male.
 


Pseudojuloides cerasinus (Snyder 1904), the Smalltail Pencil Wrasse (3)(male pictured) is the only member of the genus to be offered in any number. Even out of Hawai'i, specimens are difficult to keep alive. A femalein Hawai'i. 
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