Pseudocheilinus hexataenia - The Sixline Wrasse is also referred to as the Six Line Wrasse or Sixstripe Wrasse. It has six, horizontal distinctive blue lines lying against an orange background. When courting, the male will display an increased color intensity. It requires a 20 gallon or larger aquarium with a generous supply of hiding places and live rock in which to forage for food. It will act aggressively towards peaceful Wrasses and other fish that are easily intimidated. It will search for live foods in the form of small crustaceans such as pyramidellid snails (clam parasites), urchins, and commensal flatworms. It may even try to attack small ornamental shrimp. The diet should consist of finely chopped meaty foods and occasionally vitamin-enriched frozen preparations.