Seagrass wrasse

The Seagrass wrasse lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 0 - 4 m environment.

the Seagrass Wrasse, its impressively deep green body color is highlighted with a black “eyelash” marking behind the eye. There are other black markings along its body, while it reflects sheens of blue, orange, pink, or red, depending on the specimen and lighting. More

Another name for a Seagrass wrasse is a Novaculichthys macrolepidotus Source: Digital Fish Funnel, July 27, 2004 report as bad entry | send to a friend via email Add your own definition of Seagrass More

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Common names

Balaki in Ilokano
Bankilan in Tagalog
Banog in Other
bigscale razorfish in English
Bungat in Tagalog
Danlugan in Other
Green-banner wrasse in English
Groen lipvis in Afrikaans
ïhire-tensumodoki in Japanese (日本語)
Ipus-ipus in Davawenyo
Isdang bato in Tagalog
Labayan in Waray-waray
Lampalampa in Other
Lubay in Cebuano
Lubay-lubay in Other
Lubay-lubay in Surigaonon
Lubayan in Waray-waray
Mameng in Tagalog
Maringyan in Bikol
Molmol in Other
Mul-mul in Davawenyo
Ôhire-tensumodoki in Japanese (日本語)
Pilo-pilo in Other
Pirat-pirat in Other
Seagrass nurse in English
Seagrass razorfish in English
Seagrass wrasse in English
Tamago in Visayan
Tausay in Other
Verde verde in Ilokano
大鱗新隆魚 in Mandarin Chinese
大鱗美鰭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
大鳞新隆鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
大鳞美鳍鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Labridae
Genus : Novaculichthys
Species : Novaculichthys macrolepidotus
Authority : Bloch, 1791