Canary Wrasse Halichoeres chrysus

Canary Wrasse The Canary Wrasse, also called Yellow Wrasse, looks similar to an all yellow Fourspotted Wrasse, particularly since young and adult have one dominant and a few other black spots. It is native to the central Indo-Pacific area and grows to 12cm long. One male dominates a group of females. They bury themselves in the sand to sleep.