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, ...
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).
English, –, Giant Wrasse, Humphead, Humphead Wrasse, Maori Wrasse,
Napoleon Wrasse, Truck Wrasse, Undulate Wrasse. French, –, Napoleon ...
Large lips and a forehead hump are hallmarks of the reef-dwelling humphead
wrasse, popular with divers and fishermen across much of the Indo-Pacific.
Humphead wrasse spend most of their time feeding during the day. Adults are
usually solitary, spending the day roaming the reef and returning to particular ...
English language common names are humphead wrasse, blue-tooth groper,
double-headed maori wrasse, double-headed parrot-fish, giant humphead
Humphead wrasses are slow growing and long-lived, with delayed reproduction
and, consequently, low replenishment rates. Small juveniles are black and.
Humphead Wrasses: A Threatened Reef Fish. The Humphead, Maori or
Napoleon (to mention but a few of its many names) wrasse,Cheilinus undulatus,
is the ...
Dec 5, 2013 ... Our interaction with Wally the friendly Humphead Maori Wrasse in the Flynn Reef
in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Filmed with a GoPro ...