The humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus) is a species of wrasse mainly found
on coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region. It is also known as the Māori wrasse, ...
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The humphead wrasse is one of the largest coral reef fishes and occurs patchily
throughout much of the Indo-Pacific region. Its late maturity, longevity, ...
The humphead or Napoleon wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus) is one of the largest
reef fishes in the world and is the largest member of the wrasse family (Labridae).
The colossal Humphead Wrasse, also called the Napoleon Wrasse, is one of the
largest fish inhabiting coral reefs. It is easily identifiable by its thick lips, ...
Habitat and Ecology: In one study, small post-settlement humphead wrasses
were found in a species of seagrass (Enhalys acoroides), four species of hard
With sumptuous, fleshy lips and a bulbous, protruding forehead, the humphead
wrasse is an unforgettable fish. This enormous, colorful coral-reef dweller is slow
Aug 10, 2015 ... The humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulates), commonly referred to as the
Napoleon wrasse, Maori wrasse, or Napoleon fish, can be found ...
Information about Humphead Wrasses. ... Like many members of the wrasse
family, it rarely moves its tail for locomotion but rather flaps its pectoral fins to
Reproduction: Humphead wrasses breed year-round in tropical waters. They are
sexually mature at about 8 years of age when females become male. Eggs and ...