Birdmouth Wrasse Gomphosus varius

Birdmouth Wrasse male The greenish adult male is significantly larger than the female growing to 30cm long.
Birdmouth Wrasse female The grey adult female has black-bordered body scales, a red upper snout, a dark line through the eye, a white chest and a dark tail bordered with white. She transitions to male in later life.
The Birdmouth Wrasse, named after the long, beaklike snout of the adults, is native to the Pacific Ocean.