Slippery Dick Wrasse GALLERYHalichoeres bivittatus
The Slippery Dick Wrasse is a familiar inhabitant of most areas around and about reefs, sea grass beds and rocky shorelines. They are in constant motion. they will congregate with other wrasses and act as cleaner fish. Their many color patterns make them difficult to identify at first. The process of elimination of other wrasse species helps confirm their identity. Their maximum length is 9 inches.